Wow! That's quite an interview - long enough and short enough, with lottsa insight into your days at Spumco, which by the way, John K was right - your backgrounds are exquisite, and since I spend half my time watching that whenever I watch any cartoon, I'll tell you frankly, your's are up there with the best. And you were right out of school! Amazing! But then, your landscapes are proof of your precocious talent; like I said before, thet intangible something innate is necessary for the level you started at, which is pretty darn high, and you've obviously gotten better with every twist and turn. And voice work, too. Now I gotta go listen carefully, as well, my brain will hurt. I look forward to more accolades, so keep up the great work, as you obviously deserve them.
I just read it! You are like a painting genius.I remember a couple years ago, for christmans John bought me paints, and I think got advice from you! So thanks, hahahah!
Aww, thanks VanWall and Kali!!!! Glad you guys liked the interview! And yeah, I totally remember that Kali!! Oh yeah, and in the interview I did 't say this, but even though I was just graduating when i got the first job for Spumco, I had actually been working in animation for three years. It's kinda a long story, but basically I kinda started doing layouts for studios before i was actually actually accepted into the animation program (there was sooo much work around back then;)Annyyywaayy, thanks guys!!
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