Good day. I decided to complete a cartoon about the robot explorer of star systems. The first part was made in 2015, the second was completed in 2017. The total time took about a week to 2 parts. Yesterday made a new render of the first part, when the robot arrives on the planet. Now I want to make a cartoon about a cat. How do you like this idea for a cartoon? I need an advice. My Cartoon 3D
A few years ago, someone asked me for a few thousand dollars to make a movie about his cat. Dear reader, I married that man. And today that movie, Chatty Catties, is available! The movie follows a woman, her cat, and the man that comes between them. It is set in a world where cats can talk to their owners. All of the cats are voiced by deaf or hard-of-hearing actors. You can hear the Seattle Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center talk about that choice here. [more inside]
My cat, Harper, has an instagram! He's adorable and now you can follow him and keep up with his many delightful hijinks. Yay!
I joined the Apple Developer Program and went through the whole process just so I could make iMessage stickers of my cat, the frequently-posted-in-comments-here Zzyzx the Bengal! [more inside]
George is here to tell you that you are a good person, and has some tips to share about good self-esteem. He's also a little black cat. Remember: Be like cat. Be good to self. [more inside]
A guide to animal cafes in Japan - places to hang out with cats, rabbits, reptiles, small birds or raptors - plus Japanese pet-related news and trends.
I've taken on a side contract to build my cat's corporation's web site. Smidgeo is a business built on growth, digital, social, disruption, a proprietary form of smart marketing known as Smidgeo Smarketing. The bottom line? Smidgeo GETS results. Smidgeo's business model may seem complex, but there is an animated diagram so that even the worst can understand. [more inside]
A visual history of the greatest prop t-shirts — and the occasional tank, polo, and sweatshirt — from film. Highlights include Bluto's iconic "College" top in Animal House , the Shark Cat design sported by James Franco in Pineapple Express, and all of the shirts worn by Chris Knight (Val Kilmer) in 1985's Real Genius. See a complete list of all 78 clips at It Goes To 11. Concept and editing by Brett Roberts and Travis Greenwood.
My misguided, confident cartoon character is back with some invaluable advice for the romantic traveler... in his trademark, confident style seemingly informed by the infinite wisdom of men's magazines. [more inside]
A freezing cat seeks the warmth of a woman, but ends up having to rely on city infrastructure. Along the way, there's a bit of Gangnam Style, a hot-tub scene of sorts, and a very brief bedroom dalliance. [more inside]
I finished an animated comedy short this summer, about a lovesick cat, which I am now turning into a YouTube series. Franklin the Ladies' Cat combines animation with live action, and episode 1 is up! Hope you'll help me spread the word if you like it. [more inside]
I've started a blog to show my comics of Kittypuss, a cheeky black cat. She does all things cat like, though she sometimes gets in situations that are rather unusual.
The Bonaire Animal Shelter in the Caribbean is working on a series of 12 video's about the cats and dogs that live in the shelter on the island of Bonaire. Every month the shelter will release a new video. The first video was made to promote the happy cats and dogs of the Animal Shelter of Bonaire. The second video is about the difference between an ordinary Bonaire shelter dog and a spoiled rich Miami pooch. [more inside]
Inspired by cortex's deletion reason, auctioned for charity, and now available as a holiday card for all and sundry. This year, play everyone hence with a Lute Cat of your very own.
I made Look At This Cat because I figured there are a lot of cats out there that people should look at. And I don't see why that has to involve like crazy Web 2.0 crap when all you really need is some pictures of cats and the ability to say to yourself "hey, look at that, that is one great cat right there". [more inside]
Garkov is a comic strip generator that uses Markov chains to synthesize new Garfield strips based on transcripts of several hundred existing strips. The output varies nicely from plausible to surreal to downright incoherent. [more inside]