In the few shows I’ve put on so far, I’ve had no problems regarding permission. But that might be because I’m choosing properties that aren’t entirely corporate. Twin Peaks, Wes Anderson, and Mr. Show, of the galleries I’ve held so far, are not as huge as something like Disney or what have you. It’s artwork from artists, so it’s kind of fair game. So I try to keep it at themes that are sort of on the “small” side, but definitely have a dedicated fan base so as to still have a great turn out at the gallery. I have a feeling that if I ever did a show featuring big symbols like Mickey Mouse or Disney Princesses or something of that magnitude, I’d probably get some kind of cease and desist. Also it might depend on the person. I had a friend that was trying to do a Miyazaki-themed art show, and soon got contacted by Miyazaki’s people wanting it stopped. I guess he wasn’t too keen on the idea of people making art off his work…
Immediately following this process is where I enter the picture! Josh gives me these storyboard panels, and I time them out to the character’s vocals, sound effects and music. All in a day’s work!
My friend Phylicia is FANTASTIC.
Come get this print at Wondercon Anaheim this weekend! Table AA-11 in Artist’s Alley!
What movies would you like to hear Sandra, our guest, and myself do commentaries for on future Animation Inebriation episodes?
Benjamin Anders in the style of…
Bob’s Burgers - Rick and Morty - Steven Universe - Adventure Time - Gravity Falls - Ed, Edd and Eddy
I have 2 more in my ask but they will take a little bit of time. Feel free to shoot some more at me and I’ll do them every now and then. These are a fun way to warm up before work!
Ben in my hero! <3
Will put them on iTunes soon! As soon as I figure out how to…
Under the Skin: beautiful, quiet, weird, chilling. A sci-fi that takes its time and lets you actually soak in it’s atmosphere. Definitely feeling Kubrick-level vibes. Take a break from all the “superheroes and explosions” movies out now and go see what a film can really do.
After Nico and Sandra get WRECKED on beer, they provide commentary for one of their recent favorites animated films, Disney’s WRECK-IT RALPH (2012). In the process, they drunk-dial awesome artist and friend Keegan McFly to join in on the fun!
Unfortunately near the 60-minute mark, a technical problem occurs with the audio, and the last 20 minutes of our commentary was not recorded. Oops. Maybe it’s time to lay off the sauce. Maybe look at this as a Bonus Episode rather than a full Animation Inebriation episode? Take that however you want. Whatever!
They see me rollin’
Drew this a while and never posted
I’ve been blowdrying my hair upside down ever since.
And a super cute comic by my super cute friend Arica~
Love these O faces my hilarious friend Gina drew for a couple characters of her’s…