Hey friends, the short I wrote and directed for Nickelodeon is now online! It’s called Tallie: Peer Counselor and it was created by the lovely Laura Sreebny.

Animation by PUNY, Music by Adam Deibert and Jarond Gibbs. 

I’ll put up full credits later. Please check it out! If the embed doesn’t work, CLICK HERE to watch on Nick.com

puny

puny:

Though we don’t necessarily agree with what they think of the film, we are nonetheless flattered that he AV Club featured our animated credit sequence for SUPER on their list of “13 Opening Credit Sequences Better Than the Movies That Follow

Thanks dudes <3

Stoked to be included with these other lovely title sequences. Thanks AV Club. Then again, I love SUPER. Screw you AV Club. 

dustinmartian

dustinmartian:

kelsyabbott:

Another cartoon by me and john olsen! We made this one with   Puny .  Really though Puny did all of the work. That’s why it looks so amazing. Puny is amazing.

And JD Ryznar and Matt Danner did voices so I guess they did some work too but how easy is talking? Super easy.


Catboys! Its only 30 seconds! Woo!


This is what PUNY does.

I love my studio almost as much as I love Kelsy Abbott.

Went to a screening of Akira tonight at the LA Animation Festival. I’ve seen it a few times since I first watched it with my brother when I was 11, but have never gotten to see it on a big screen. Appreciation on an entirely new level. Fucking astounding. The effects animation alone will blow your mind.

Crazy to think this came out the year before the Little Mermaid. Imagining the tedium of working on an animated film in a pre-digital age makes me want to kill myself.

thedailywhat
thedailywhat:

From The Archives: Call in sick tomorrow: MTV has just released a massive archive of Liquid Television shorts, including Dog-Boy, The Maxx,  and Joe Normal.
The cult animation showcase aired for three seasons on MTV during the early 90s. Following the end of its run in 1994, the show spawned several well-known spin-offs, including Beavis and Butt-head and Æon Flux.
[mefi.]

FINALLY.

thedailywhat:

From The Archives: Call in sick tomorrow: MTV has just released a massive archive of Liquid Television shorts, including Dog-Boy, The Maxx,  and Joe Normal.

The cult animation showcase aired for three seasons on MTV during the early 90s. Following the end of its run in 1994, the show spawned several well-known spin-offs, including Beavis and Butt-head and Æon Flux.

[mefi.]

FINALLY.