Happy to see you post some sketches this new year! :)
Start the new year off with a bang.
Litterly with that last pic!
Out of curiosity, do you save all your art to clouds, portable storage drives or discs?
None of the above.
Your OYC short "That's My Pop" has recently been uploaded to YouTube!Do you have a copy of "The Semprini Triplets"? That short is the only OYC short to not have resurfaced online at all.
Hey Pat, you should get a tumvlir account. It lasts longer than Blogger
It's a shame you never got your own full series. All of your shorts that I've seen (I've yet to see The Semprini Triplets) made me laugh loudly enough to wake the neighbors. Part of me is curious if any of your shorts did well enough with test audiences to warrant a series.
It's actually kind of depressing we don't get cartoonists like you in the new generation of cartoons.Sure, show like "Star vs. TFOE" and "Steven Universe" focus more on drama/story and I appreciate variety, but modern cartoons in general lack expressiveness and cartooniness they did in the past.In fact, they're all starting to look the same, including new animators/artists (we have "Adventure Time" and "Regular Show" to thank for that).Someone should buy a show from you sometime in the future to keep the business afloat.
Hey Pat, I remember how spectacular experience was to watch your first Sledgehammer O'Possum on CN. After shitty era of American cartoons finally someone had an opportunity to make a real cartoon in the best tradition of this genre with some spicy modern flavour. I was delighted then and maybe I am crazy, but looking form today perspective it seems like the cartoon boom with Craig_McCracken, Tartakovski up for today's Uncle Grandpa or Disney's Shorts - it's all started from you and your first "What a Cartoon" films. You have started this revolution and you still don't have your own series. Why, Pat? Anyway I'am going to enjoy your art and I hope my dream will come true and some day some good people will release HD version of your little masterpieces. Keep up your excellent work, Pat!