Wednesday, March 19, 2008

PILOT IS BACK IN FULL EFFEKT

My pilot is now back in action because my temporary animation gig is now at an END.. here are some doodles from the job:








The project was called "Sing & Read" and is being released by Leap Frog. If you have kids (4 and under) pick this DVD up for them, it is actually VERY cool for an educational kids cartoon! Give it around 3 months to appear in stores.

8 comments:

Mr Tweeny said...

Who is that Al the robot fellow? Will he appear in any future animations?

ryan said...

Al is one of the characters from the kids show I was working on. He isn't really a robot though, I just drew him as a robot for fun.

James said...

How long did the job take?

Did any other good tlent work with you on this project?

Anonymous said...

rya how'd you come across this job? come you show us some clips?

ryan said...

How long did the job take?

The job lasted 4 weeks.

Did any other good tlent work with you on this project?

Yeah all the flash animators I worked with were really good. I also worked with Ron Myrick who was the director and has been in the animation business for a very long time.

rya how'd you come across this job?

A buddy of mine called me up about the opening and I applied. I went in to show my portfolio and they were impressed enough to hire me.

come you show us some clips?

Sorry man you'll have to wait until it is released!

Looney Moon Cartoons said...

I'm glad children are still being entertained and educated by cartoonist who like to trip. It's like sesame street from the 70's

ryan said...

I'm glad children are still being entertained and educated by cartoonist who like to trip.

Haha, me too!!


Sesame Street was an awesome show in its day. I'm very glad I grew up with it.

Jim Henson was such a talented genius.. the world is super lucky to have had such an amazing artist as he, who contributed so much to our society.

crsP said...

Is that a dog's vagina, or are you just happy to see me? Singing, reading and murder. The three 'R's. So people have 3 months to impregnate a suitably fertile woman in order to see this animation? That's some of the strictest terms and conditions I've read. Firm, yet fair.