Anonymous said: Were you on Chowder you looked like you used to design with C.H Greenblatt
Nope, but I loved Chowder and take that as a Rad compliment. I happen to be friends with Carl the creator of Chowder, and am really looking forward to his new show on Nickelodeon tentatively titled “Bad Seeds” Keep an eye out for it! Lots of Amazing people on that show!
Anonymous said: I just went to gumballjobs(.)wordpress(.)com which is the website that brings open position jobs to work The Amazing World of Gumball in London. There's an open position for a storyboard revisionist. But my question is, have you ever visited London before or you're still busy on Breadwinners & you don't have time to move to London.
Woah, I love the Amazing World of Gumball, it’s a really fun and silly show! I’ve never visited London, and I’m still working at Nickelodeon on Breadwinners, but I’ll take it as a weird compliment that you’re asking me about this? Haha
Anonymous said: I heard you pitched a new show to nick called "shell life". What's it about?
Actually it’s called Shelf Life and there’s a snippet of info about it and the other shorts in this article here:
Anonymous said: Do you have a new version of Photoshop when it comes to your drawings or is it the same
I think I use Photoshop CS6. I can’t remember off the top of my head. What’s more important than programs though is simply practice practice practice! KEEP DRAWING!!!! :D
nerrik said: Does working on a TV like Breadwinners (which is incredible BTW) affect your art style?
Thanks man! Working as an artist on a show can definitely affect the way you draw. Now, it depends on how much for a variety of reasons. The show may be more strict about how much they want everyone to draw the characters a certain way, or not much at all. It just depends. Also, if you spend your own free time working on your own things, and trying to push and develop your work in your own ways outside of work. It really is ultimately up to you how much it does or doesn’t affect the way you draw for yourself. Hope that helps :)