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Now Leaving New Miami Here’s a quartet of background designs from Joe McGrory from the upcoming third season premiere of Bravest Warriors. Thanks, Joe.

October 20, 2014

Now Leaving New Miami

Here’s a quartet of background designs from Joe McGrory from the upcoming third season premiere of Bravest Warriors. Thanks, Joe.

matsuri-m: Puppy Cat siratama zenzai もうちょっとかわいく浮かぶのを予想してたんですが、puppycatに全然似なかった上にどう見ても溶鉱炉に沈んでいっている… How could you eat this? Wait, how could you not eat this? (via beeandpuppycat)

October 17, 2014

matsuri-m:

Puppy Cat siratama zenzai

もうちょっとかわいく浮かぶのを予想してたんですが、puppycatに全然似なかった上にどう見ても溶鉱炉に沈んでいっている…

How could you eat this? Wait, how could you not eat this?

(via beeandpuppycat)

Huh? Natasha just wrapped up the final audio mixing for Episode Two of Bee and PuppyCat. We’re now prepping it for next week’s L.A. preview screening for a handful of the Kickstarter backers.

October 16, 2014

Huh?
Natasha just wrapped up the final audio mixing for Episode Two of Bee and PuppyCat. We’re now prepping it for next week’s L.A. preview screening for a handful of the Kickstarter backers.

Huh?

Natasha just wrapped up the final audio mixing for Episode Two of Bee and PuppyCat. We’re now prepping it for next week’s L.A. preview screening for a handful of the Kickstarter backers.

Unit 3 Throwing back to the Art Deco days of My Life as a Teenage Robot with this wonderful background design by either Joseph Holt or Chris Tsirgiotis, probably.

October 16, 2014

Unit 3
Throwing back to the Art Deco days of My Life as a Teenage Robot with this wonderful background design by either Joseph Holt or Chris Tsirgiotis, probably.

Unit 3

Throwing back to the Art Deco days of My Life as a Teenage Robot with this wonderful background design by either Joseph Holt or Chris Tsirgiotis, probably.

tycarterart: Thanks for all the great emails and questions about putting a portfolio together. I’ve been getting a lot of the same questions and decided it would be a better use of my time to write it all out. I’ve derived the content from from my own experience and internships before having a full-time job. As you’ll read, a portfolio is the most important thing you’ll do when applying to a job. I’ve tried to be as detailed as possible. These are the first five pages in a series of posts about how to layout a portfolio, including content, images, size, material and everything in between. Part I is for the artist still deciding what to do for a discipline. I’ve catered the last three pages to a visual development portfolio for animation but the principles can be applied to any artistic presentation (illustration, design, even interior design). These are my opinions and I realize there are many ideas out there which are also fantastic. What I have written are simple truths and tips I’ve learned along the way. This doesn’t represent a studio I work or will work for. I hope it is helpful and can provide some perspective into a competitive portfolio and help you land your next job!    When it comes to questions from art students, among the ones we get most here at Frederator is, “What should I put in a portfolio?” Blue Sky artist Ty Carter (he’s got art in his name) serves up some pretty great advice, just perfect for Tumbling here. Thanks, Ty.

October 15, 2014

tycarterart:

Thanks for all the great emails and questions about putting a portfolio together. I’ve been getting a lot of the same questions and decided it would be a better use of my time to write it all out. I’ve derived the content from from my own experience and internships before having a full-time job. As you’ll read, a portfolio is the most important thing you’ll do when applying to a job. I’ve tried to be as detailed as possible.

These are the first five pages in a series of posts about how to layout a portfolio, including content, images, size, material and everything in between. Part I is for the artist still deciding what to do for a discipline. I’ve catered the last three pages to a visual development portfolio for animation but the principles can be applied to any artistic presentation (illustration, design, even interior design).

These are my opinions and I realize there are many ideas out there which are also fantastic. What I have written are simple truths and tips I’ve learned along the way. This doesn’t represent a studio I work or will work for. I hope it is helpful and can provide some perspective into a competitive portfolio and help you land your next job!   

When it comes to questions from art students, among the ones we get most here at Frederator is, “What should I put in a portfolio?” Blue Sky artist Ty Carter (he’s got art in his name) serves up some pretty great advice, just perfect for Tumbling here. Thanks, Ty.

Thanks to Becky, Efrain, and Hans for this farmer Bee from Episode Two of Bee and PuppyCat, titled, appropriately, “Farmer.” The series premieres on Cartoon Hangover in just 22 days. (And, of course, she’s already been cosplayed.)

October 15, 2014

Thanks to Becky, Efrain, and Hans for this farmer Bee from Episode Two of Bee and PuppyCat, titled, appropriately, “Farmer.” The series premieres on Cartoon Hangover in just 22 days.
(And, of course, she’s already been cosplayed.)

Thanks to Becky, Efrain, and Hans for this farmer Bee from Episode Two of Bee and PuppyCat, titled, appropriately, “Farmer.” The series premieres on Cartoon Hangover in just 22 days.

(And, of course, she’s already been cosplayed.)

Thanks to everyone who turned out for any of the many Bee and PuppyCat events held by Cartoon Hangover during New York Comic Con this past week. We hope you had a fantastic time (we did). Extra Credit: Can you can spot the cosplayer dressed as Bee from an episode still in production?

October 13, 2014

Thanks to everyone who turned out for any of the many Bee and PuppyCat events held by Cartoon Hangover during New York Comic Con this past week. We hope you had a fantastic time (we did).
Extra Credit: Can you can spot the cosplayer dressed as Bee from an episode still in production?

Thanks to everyone who turned out for any of the many Bee and PuppyCat events held by Cartoon Hangover during New York Comic Con this past week. We hope you had a fantastic time (we did).

Extra Credit: Can you can spot the cosplayer dressed as Bee from an episode still in production?

Mira Lark Crowell is back in the house, coloring background designs (like this one by Derek Hunter) for the third season of Bravest Warriors. Welcome back, Mira.

October 10, 2014

Mira Lark Crowell is back in the house, coloring background designs (like this one by Derek Hunter) for the third season of Bravest Warriors. Welcome back, Mira.

Mira Lark Crowell is back in the house, coloring background designs (like this one by Derek Hunter) for the third season of Bravest Warriors. Welcome back, Mira.

ianjq: Back in the studio #bravestwarriors Recording Ian Jones-Quartey as Wallow is a rollicking walk in the park.

October 10, 2014

ianjq:

Back in the studio #bravestwarriors

Recording Ian Jones-Quartey as Wallow is a rollicking walk in the park.

ianjq:

Back in the studio #bravestwarriors

Recording Ian Jones-Quartey as Wallow is a rollicking walk in the park.

NITE FITE! This weekend marks seven years since Channel Frederator uploaded Dan Meth and Mark Vitelli’s “Nite Fite” as part of Dan’s Meth Minute 39 cartoon anthology. Somewhere Penalty and Lloyd are still arguing whether Rush is heavy metal or not. Watch “Nite Fite” here.

October 9, 2014

NITE FITE!
This weekend marks seven years since Channel Frederator uploaded Dan Meth and Mark Vitelli’s “Nite Fite” as part of Dan’s Meth Minute 39 cartoon anthology. Somewhere Penalty and Lloyd are still arguing whether Rush is heavy metal or not.
Watch “Nite Fite” here.

NITE FITE!

This weekend marks seven years since Channel Frederator uploaded Dan Meth and Mark Vitelli’s “Nite Fite” as part of Dan’s Meth Minute 39 cartoon anthology. Somewhere Penalty and Lloyd are still arguing whether Rush is heavy metal or not.

Watch “Nite Fite” here.