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Nothing much doing in Venture World this week. Just felt like posting some sketches of terror suspects done for the most recent episode's newspaper exposition sequence (some of them used, some not) because I rarely post my own work. And I've been in a doodling mood lately, now that I don't have to do any professional drawing for a while, so it kind of complements that.







As for the show, Doc and I are editing the second to last episode, "Showdown at Cremation Creek," which we have a tight deadline on for obvious reasons. Made tighter still because Doc still has a lot of "censoring" to do on the previous episode before it goes to final output for the network (yes, more penises to blur and black out, and some female parts this time, too. Full frontal male nudity somehow became the running thing this season. A step up from season one's urine gags...). And we have to record a song for this one, super-quick.

The Dunny I painted for Kid Robot's Paint Ball Auction seems to have fetched a respectable price, so thanks to whoever bid on that.

Other than that, I'm just reading and watching a lot of movies lately. The Illusionist was a big disappointment...mostly because it was so unimaginatively shot. Then again, I watched a DVD of The Parallax View the night before, in which every single shot is a lingering, beautifully composed image, so perhaps I was a little too hard on it. Still, I'm betting The Prestige, which comes out next month, will be much better (I just can't resist a turn-of-the-century magician movie, and I read the book years ago). I liked Inside Man, though.


We Love You,
JP

P.S. UPDATE: A while ago, adultswim.com sent us some questions which were apparently sent in by viewers and those who frequent their website. Doc and I have answered them, and you can view said answers HERE.

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Re: Princess Tinglepants

No no, that's an F-up, and you've now pointed it out, thank you. This is what happens when you have a limited number of character models and you write "dozens of wedding guests flee in terror." We tried to fix it, but the way Korea animated it those characters are all grouped together, so removing one would have been difficult, and we figured we'd take the chance that no one would notice because she hadn't appeared in the episode yet and you're supposed to be paying more attention to Brock and Hank at that point. But Doc wins the unspoken bet on this one--he called it, knowing what anal retentive, multiple Fix-viewing fans we have--and he was positive that would get pointed out immediately. So, thanks on Doc's behalf.

Re: Princess Tinglepants

I didn't even see it; I was still laughing over the Tron ship being there.

Re: Princess Tinglepants

(Anonymous)
Anal retentive I am ,but lack the media player to watch the Fix and just caught it both times on AS.

Re: Princess Tinglepants

(Anonymous)
Who was Princess Tinglepants again? o.0;

Re: Princess Tinglepants

(Anonymous)
She was the Triana-version of the Childlike Empress in Dean's fantasy.

Re: Princess Tinglepants

(Anonymous)
You got pwned, Jackson.

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