Friday, December 15, 2006

One Year Old!!



It was a year ago on the 13th that Skribble started this blog and invited us to be a part of it. It was concieved as a way for us to blow off steam and show what we could do outside the confines of our jobs as story artists at a feature animation company. I for one would like to thank skribble for introducing me to the world of blogging. I had no idea it would be this fun or this rewarding. I'd also like to thank all of the folks who make this a regular stop and have linked to us. Keep coming back, and we'll keep posting drawings and things to look at.
Here's to another year!
-John "Robotaekwon-z" Sanford

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

John, I see your thrown down gauntlet, and so my drawing is on its way! Love yours. I dig Lupus's sad face. Awwww...

OV! said...

J,
yeah man, thanks for all the posts!

>oVi

the doodlers said...

Congrats on the one year blogaversary. We've enjoyed visiting and get a shot of inspiration every time we come here. We'll see ya in 2007.

Skribbl said...

Holy Crap you're right! I really thought it was in January! But i went back to the original posts and there it was. Wow it doesn't really feel that long ago. I guess times flies when you're knee deep in story panels. John I glad you got into the blogging "fad" and started your own strip. It's fun but hard at the same time because you want to update every day but life always gets in the way. Hmph, ain't that a beeyotch?

FerdinandKreozot said...

Awesome, once again.

Cheers to you,

Milenko

Mark McDonnell said...

Congrats and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year man. Always nice to see your stuff.

MAC

rickart said...

I've kept an eye on yous guys and have enjoyed what I've seen here! Keep up the good work... here's to another year of Story Boredom!

By the way, you guys should check out the latest post on this blog...

http://tuesdayartgroup.blogspot.com/
Jeff Jonas, who is currently a game artis, talks about his days in the copyroom at H&B. Great stories about the wicked paint and ink ladies, the celebs who came through there and what it was like to work in a cartoon studio in the 70s.!

Beezle said...

Great work guys! Thanks for posting.