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Posts Tagged ‘Cartoon Network’

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In 1999, I had been working for an animation studio for just over half a year. The Cartoon Network had been doing a campaign with us that ended over Christmas, and although they threw us a fantastic open bar party, my old friend Brian accurately described it as a parting gift. The work dried up, […]

There’s never any question in my mind why I got out of animation. I didn’t like coming to work and begging. Get finished with your work, knowing that you need to make rent, wondering where the money is going to come from. When I would complete my scene, my director would tell me to go […]

Hitting Atlanta this weekend was briefly touch and go, but the leg pain turned out to be a post-op sunburn only, so I’ve got to pack, wash the dog, stock the MP3 player and get on the road. I was mostly expecting to see my sister and get a Primerica pitch, but a note just […]

Up until two years ago, I was renting. There’s not a lot of room in an apartment for a party, and there’s not a lot of people that enjoy going to parties in an apartment as small as mine was. I bought a condo and had a couple of parties with a larger crowd, but […]

I didn’t really expect to get much out of this weekend. When Brian Ludwick, friend since Primal Screen and now a professor at Indiana University, called us up last summer and asked us if we would be interested in speaking at this year’s VisionFest, I accepted mainly because it was a chance to visit him […]

The last update never got written because I got home from Portland at 2:00 in the morning. We were down there to see Chris and Emily Purdin, old friends from our Atlanta days at Primal Screen and college. It was interesting to hear that most of the old gang is now working on Harvey Birdman, […]

The year is drawing to a close and the storyline in Scooter and Ferret is referencing that old Rankin-Bass annual staple, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. I’m going to tell a short story that keeps that cartoon very personal for me. My first job was a perma-lance gig with Primal Screen Studios. The Cartoon Network was […]

It’s been three years since I left Atlanta behind, and it feels as if I left an entirely different way of living. The Atlanta animation community has a curious quirk; it’s primarily made up of men in their late 30s/early 40s who have an obsession with the 1950s and 60s. And old friend use to […]

I’ve been a harsh critic for for the Animation Pimp, but he’s got a new article in AWN that I was able to follow. It makes what sounds like some accurate complaints about the Justice League, but as I read the article, it dawned on me that although I’ve closely followed news about the show, […]

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