I love cartoons, so I decided I wanted to make cartoons. But the only thing is, how to make a cartoon that’s any good? I’m wondering what has the most pull when it comes to determining if you have made a work of art. Is it the quality of animation, the use of colors, and your character designs. Or is it simply the quality of the writing? A friend told me it doesn’t matter how good it looks, what matters is what its trying to say. I thought that was pretty deep for him to say, especially since he said it while stuffing his face with pizza.
We just launched a kickstarter to try and create our new animated film Metal Mule. Its about a super powered Mule with Metal like skin. Its an action comedy that revolves around being unorthodox and down right strange. We are also working towards making our website fyrefetish.com an animation Utopia! Check out the kickstarter video for details. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1947141780/new-animated-series-metal-mule-and-more
Here’s a quick preview of our brand new improvised podcast, Make Yourself Comfy with Abra Tabak. Her first guests are Neil Casey (who was just hired at SNL), Shannon O’Neill and Brian Faas. It’s hilarious and wonderful, so go check it out!
Kittens and cuddling :)
Fyre Fetish, Coming Soon. ”Feel the heat of creativity. Love animation and comics? WHO DOESN’T! Just wait and see what we have in store for the world of animation.
New Metal Mule Comic “Epic Proportions”. There will be a strip every week at http://www.fyrefetish.com/comics.html. Also follow me on twitter @fyrefetish or facebook at Fyre Fetsh
New Metal Mule Comic strip just released today. Don’t know what’s going on? Then shame on you. Now stop being a jerk and visit the site to get the full story :P