Not bad. A few years ago I did a contest at washingtonpost.com trying to find the "new digital cartoonist" for the 21st century." A very difficult proposition, apparently. People either had the writing skill and not the artistic chops, or more commonly the artistic skill and not the writing chops. The contest turned out to be a bust for those very reasons, but will be interesting to see where people take that field.
Theoretically, Eric, the Internet could usher in a new golden age of short-form animation.As it stands, I've seen more Web cartoonists rocking the panel strips than the full-on animation.
Thanks for frontin' the Meth Minute once again, UBM. We're still pumpin' em out. I sure hope it does create a new golden age, cause I certainly enjoy making sound effects for them. Keep an eye out, when the MM39 is done, we're have a whole series of NiteFites. If you're unfamiliar, here's a link to the original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeOrddRaSM8
^ Very cool, Mr. Vitelli. Y'all get a lot of views on YouTube. I wasn't aware.
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