We saw a ton of great pitches when Fred Seibert was in town this week, and I wanted to share a few of them with you.
First up, “Too Hairless Friends”, pitched by Oh Yeah! Cartoon’s Executive Producer Larry Huber, and created by a Korean director named Youngtaek Choi. (Artwork by David Feiss.)
Jeff DeGrandis, soon-to-be-famous creator of “Finster/Finster”, pitched us “Baby Bear” or-err “Larry Bear”, as it might be called! We always look forward to Jeff”s amazing art, and high energy pitching.
Next, Angelo Di Nallo and Jason Plapp came to us with their third pitch of “Bradwurst”–about a bitter sausage who tries to sabotage his best friend Willy’s party. You can see his sausage butt from all angles! Cool!
Aliki Theofilopoulos, soon to be famous creator of “Yaki and Yumi” pitched us “Girls on the Go” about four girls (soon to be two?) and a bad case of mistaken identity.
Finally, Michelle Bryan (Sheet timer on “Danny Phantom”) and Eric Bryan (prop designer on “My Life As a Teenage Robot”) put the finishing touches on our week of pitches with their short, “Bella Boo”, about a do-goodin’ witch who attempts to run a resort for monsters.
This week was great, and I thank everyone for coming in to pitch. We had fun!