I’ve just been informed that Noah Z. Jones was on Win Lose or Draw again. I’ll upload it when it airs again.

samuraiyaoi:

nervous sweaty boy s

samuraiyaoi:

nervous sweaty boy s

porterbailey:

Baldwin’s car has a Mickey Mouse antenna topper. This show is all about the little things.

porterbailey:

Baldwin’s car has a Mickey Mouse antenna topper. This show is all about the little things.

Reblogged from Random Junk: The Page
collymotion:

THROWBACK!An oldie from 2010, back when we were animating the first season of Disney’s Fish Hooks!Myself as a Freshwater student and turtle.

collymotion:

THROWBACK!

An oldie from 2010, back when we were animating the first season of Disney’s Fish Hooks!

Myself as a Freshwater student and turtle.

cecechispitas:

I wish I had the willpower to color this 

cecechispitas:

I wish I had the willpower to color this 

Reblogged from sprinkly pizza
tvskyle:

Unused Storyboard Week #2: Fish Hooks Algae Day by TVsKyle
I thought I’d take this week to show off a bunch of storyboards that I worked hard on that, for one reason or another, was never used. In all these instances, I’m not upset or anything, but I did work hard on them, and I thought it would be cool, and perhaps educational, to share them.
I posted the full storyboard to my first (unused) Fish Hooks storyboard, and now here’s the other. Unlike most shows I’ve worked on, Fish Hooks is outline-based. This means that they provide the storyboard artists with an outline of what should happen in the episode and let the storyboard artist write the dialogue and hash out the details. The problem with this episode is that the premise they gave me pushes Milo out of character. He’s not irritable at all. He’s a goofy funster, not a guy who would be irritated by having to work with weirdos. Another thing that worked against me is that they gave me a new character, Dumpy Muffins, who never had a personality or more than two lines before. They didn’t really explain his personality that well, and apparently I didn’t nail it to their liking. An episode called “Algae Day” eventually did air (with my name in the credits!) but none of this storyboard is in there… Which makes sense because the plot was almost completely changed.
So that ends my week of unused storyboards, though that doesn’t drain my supply. Look for more soon!

tvskyle:

Unused Storyboard Week #2: Fish Hooks Algae Day by TVsKyle

I thought I’d take this week to show off a bunch of storyboards that I worked hard on that, for one reason or another, was never used. In all these instances, I’m not upset or anything, but I did work hard on them, and I thought it would be cool, and perhaps educational, to share them.

I posted the full storyboard to my first (unused) Fish Hooks storyboard, and now here’s the other. Unlike most shows I’ve worked on, Fish Hooks is outline-based. This means that they provide the storyboard artists with an outline of what should happen in the episode and let the storyboard artist write the dialogue and hash out the details. The problem with this episode is that the premise they gave me pushes Milo out of character. He’s not irritable at all. He’s a goofy funster, not a guy who would be irritated by having to work with weirdos. Another thing that worked against me is that they gave me a new character, Dumpy Muffins, who never had a personality or more than two lines before. They didn’t really explain his personality that well, and apparently I didn’t nail it to their liking. An episode called “Algae Day” eventually did air (with my name in the credits!) but none of this storyboard is in there… Which makes sense because the plot was almost completely changed.

So that ends my week of unused storyboards, though that doesn’t drain my supply. Look for more soon!

Reblogged from .~MASSIVE DORK~.
Tags: production

Anonymous asked: I wish a human version of Fish Hooks was there. Pool Party Panic is my favorite episode.

It’s one of mine too. I wouldn’t have mind a spin off, but it probably would seem repetitive.

Oscar and Bea’s relationship - Oscbea/Beascar

tvskyle:

Unused Storyboard Week #2: Fish Hooks Catacombs by TVsKyle
I thought I’d take this week to show off a bunch of storyboards that I worked hard on that, for one reason or another, was never used. In all these instances, I’m not upset or anything, but I did work hard on them, and I thought it would be cool, and perhaps educational, to share them.
Here’s an entire storyboard I did at Disney TV for Fish Hooks called “Catacombs of Caring”. Since the whole series has aired now, it looks like this episode was scrapped entirely. Unlike most shows I’ve worked on, Fish Hooks is outline-based. This means that they provide the storyboard artists with an outline of what should happen in the episode and let the storyboard artist write the dialogue and hash out the details. I would’ve loved to see this animated, particularly with the lovely animation Mercury Filmworks did for the series and what with Serapio Calm’s killer special poses, but in the end, I’m just happy somebody paid me to write something! Enjoy!
Everything about this ©2014 Disney Television Animation

tvskyle:

Unused Storyboard Week #2: Fish Hooks Catacombs by TVsKyle

I thought I’d take this week to show off a bunch of storyboards that I worked hard on that, for one reason or another, was never used. In all these instances, I’m not upset or anything, but I did work hard on them, and I thought it would be cool, and perhaps educational, to share them.

Here’s an entire storyboard I did at Disney TV for Fish Hooks called “Catacombs of Caring”. Since the whole series has aired now, it looks like this episode was scrapped entirely. Unlike most shows I’ve worked on, Fish Hooks is outline-based. This means that they provide the storyboard artists with an outline of what should happen in the episode and let the storyboard artist write the dialogue and hash out the details. I would’ve loved to see this animated, particularly with the lovely animation Mercury Filmworks did for the series and what with Serapio Calm’s killer special poses, but in the end, I’m just happy somebody paid me to write something! Enjoy!

Everything about this ©2014 Disney Television Animation

Tags: production