It’s becoming more apparent just how far behind I am from my former media classmates. In everything.
They’ve got jobs and careers and lives. They’ve made progress. I don’t think I can really say that. College doesn’t really count, and I don’t think I can blame being in it.
I just don’t know where to start. Or maybe it’s that I’m not trying hard enough, not looking hard enough. I probably missed a bunch of opportunities I could have taken earlier.
NO BUT SERIOUSLY
WHY DOES NO ONE TALK ABOUT THE QUETZALCOATLUS?!
I MEAN, JESUS F. CHRIST.
PTERODACTYLS AIN’T SHIT NEXT TO THESE MOTHER FUCKERS. QUETZALCOATLUS FUCKING ATE BABY DINOSAURS FOR BRUNCH.
JUST IMAGINE SOMETHING AS TALL AS A MOTHER FUCKING GIRAFFE
SOARING THROUGH THE SKIES AT 80 MILES PER HOUR, AND THEN SWOOPING DOWN AND FUCKING EATING YOUR FACE OFF.
A little appreciation post for Kathy Zielinski showcasing the villains she worked on in animated films. :D
She’s a great inspiration to all aspiring ladies in the animation business. She currently works at Dreamworks.
- Hexxus (Fern Gully)
- Jafar (snake and as beggar - Aladdin), Tzekel-Kan (The Road to El Dorado)
- Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
I’ve promoted a few Kickstarters on here before and this is one I’m pretty proud to promote. Since the late 70’s Craig “Spike” Decker and Mike Gribble have been putting on small animation festivals all over America.
This year will mark the official 20th Anniversary of Spike & Mike’s Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation - and they’re calling on people like you and me to help them put the event together.
Spike & Mike have played a huge role in the world of independent animation. They’ve promoted and funded early shorts from Mike Judge, Nick Park, John Lasseter, and Tim Burton. There’s a lot more to the world of animation besides the big guys like Disney and DreamWorks - and Spike & Mike have worked behind the scenes for years to help small independent artists get their work out on display; and essentially begin to make a name for themselves.
Supporting an animation festival like Spike & Mike’s Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation means you’re supporting independent artists and filmmakers alike - and most importantly you would be supporting normal people like you and me to help get their work discovered and off the ground!
Head on over to the KICKSTARTER to help support Spike & Mike’s Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation! And if you can’t lend a dollar, signal boosting and reblogging this post will also go a long way!
Support the arts!!