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Welcome, Jeaux Janovsky

July 13th, 2006


Yesterday was Jeaux Janovsky’s first day with his new Frederator Blog, Lunch Break, and I wanted to take a moment to welcome him to the Frederator Blog Family. Jeaux is uber-talented, and though he hasn’t sold us a short yet–emphasis on YET–we are thrilled that he will be adding his unique artistic take to our blogosphere. In addition to being a great artist, Jeaux has cool sparkle sticker paper, and he was instrumental in helping Anne Walker and I get hooked up with some of that paper for Sparkles and Gloom.

A bit about Jeax–according to Jeaux: “Jeaux Janovsky attended the California Institute of the Arts, and escaped unscathed with minimal cuts and bruises along with a BFA in the world-renowned Character Animation Program. He has worked for the likes of Mattel, Disney, and a few scattered Indy Comic book companies. This coming August, he is going to be having his first solo Art show at an Antique Shop/Art-Gallery In Vegas called the Funkhouse which will involve adopting Genetically Engineered Pirate Babies. He is currently Unemployed and looking for a Sweet Animation Industry job. He also wouldn’t mind children’s books, comix, or video game jobs.Donations are good too!”

Welcome aboard, Jeaux!

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Welcome Jeaux! I’m sorry we missed the meet-up at E3 this year. I’m looking foward to “Lunch Break”.


Thank you Floyd, AND thank YOU Melissa for for the awesome welcome.


Hey Jeaux! Glad you could be here! I look forward to many cool drawings and delicious insight into things of the art nature! NOW! ;-)


I’m glad to be here too among other great artists/animators as well. I’m looking forward to looking at all the great art by everyone at Team Fred!
Thanks Mike!


I wonder why they wouldnt have given me a blog on this site.. im like the #1 commenter!…well, enjoy it jeaux


Thank you stephen! I most certainly am and will!


Thank you Melissa for the warm welcome you extended to my son! We are very proud of him!
He’s come a long way since he started out tracing!


Thanks poppa Jeaux!

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