For real, this is no joke. Of all the places I would expect to see my work, it isn’t the esteemed Pompidou museum in Paris… but it’s true. The Festival Pocket art exhibit features some art made for mobile devices, including a few Meth Minute episodes. So if you happen to be in Paris from June 13th - 15th, go check it out. Dites-eux que Dan vous a envoyé, comprendre ?
This should be fun: ASIFA East (NYC’s animation association) was cool enough to let the Frederator gang show some Meth Minute cartoon, talk about how they’re made and answer some questions from the audience. Everyone is welcome to attend and it’s FREE.
Hope to see you guys there.The Meth Minute 39 Show
Thursday June 26th 7pm
NYU Tisch Auditorium Room 006
First, we had “Fan Fiction” in which the viewers wrote and animated segments with any Meth Minute character they wanted:
Then I took all the real voice messages we’ve recieved from fans and animated the best bits into the way I imagine the callers.
The fans are more important than ever to the Meth Minute. They know and love the characters, they can quote catchphrases and know all the inside-jokes. We got a Meth Minute Universe here, folks, and you’re all welcome to come inside! I love it!-
The song “P-Cok” from the cartoon of the same name turned out to be a surprise hit. Download it right now, playa.
Stay tuned after the credits of the latest Meth Minute cartoon to see some super rare footage of the people behind the characters you love. At the recent New York Comic Con, Pete of Pulp Secret interviewed myself and three of my actors/friends/zine collaborators and got them to reprise their MM39 roles in the flesh. Tom Forget AKA Rags, Benjamin Marra AKA Space Cowboy, and Devin Clark AKA Mike Tyson. [Read more…]
This week’s cartoon is a bit of a departure. It’s the first one that I spent next to zero time animating! I got Ultra Kawaii’s Ben Ross to create an entire recap of the Meth Minute series in his ridiculously authentic 8-Bit style. Then I got his musical equivalent, Niko Anesti, to redo a couple MM39 songs in arcade sound. Bam! We got ourselves a unique cartoon: