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Stephan Pastis: Smoking Crack in the Kitchen

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Pearls Before Swine creator Stephan Pastis waxes nostalgic about his happy childhood.

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Another Film by Me: No Experience Necessary

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I had to shoot, direct, edit and produce this myself.  Mostly because I couldn’t figure out who I had to fuck to get off this picture.

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My Babelgum Promo Featuring Me Cursing

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Made this a few months ago before I lost so much weight.  And before my acting improved dramatically.  And I hardly curse at all now.   It’s true!


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New Yorker Animated Cartoon: Munch Master

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I animated this New Yorker cartoon by Jack Ziegler for RingTales.  Looks simple enough, right?  It wasn’t.  That smoke was a bitch to get right.  No more animating smoke.  Ever.

To see more, check out the New Yorker page on Babelgum.com.

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Pooch Cafe Animation: Frat House

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Another nice RingTales Pooch Cafe Animation available exclusively on Babelgum.com.

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Lio: Volcano

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This is one of my favorite RingTales Lio animations now up exclusively on Babelgum.  Lio is created by Mark Tatulli.   It’s a pantomime strip.  No dialogue.  We’re expecting these to do really well internationally.  

You can read the daily Lio comic here

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Gnome Bowling

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Another nice RingTales Over the Hedge animation on babelgum.com

The MacArthur Park reference comes from my band nerd days at Eastwood High School in the mid ’70’s.  We were the Marching Trooper Band.   We dressed in Civil War Union uniforms.  Which is odd considering Texas was part of the Confederacy.   I played french horn.   We were a very good.  Straight 1’s in competition.  Our band director, John Farone, was excellent.  He was a master of psychological manipulation in order to get us to play and perform to our potential.  He inspired me to want to become  a band director.  Until I realized I was as good a musician as someone with no natural musical ability could be.   And as Mr. Farone would say, “That wasn’t good enough.” 

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