YOUR ALL-NEW GUIDE TO KLURFS!

You may have seen these cute critters in Flash Tubs or in comics from this very site. They were originally created by me in 1998 as a short-hand way to make quick and stylized humanoid characters. They fun and easy and don’t take too much time to draw, making them ideal for animation or quickie doodles. I just sort of grew to love them and have built an entire mythology around them. 

If you draw your own Klurf I would very much like to see it!

WATCH A CLIP HERE:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-_GGpGtbV8

Be sure to watch the new Aquabats episodes. Each one features a cartoon segment drawn by different studios. One of them is by ME! 

I tend to turn down TV offers because TV people usually make me do something I hate or they don’t “get it” or they think I’ll work for “exposure.” The guys behind this show were people I trusted though. Their notes were excellent and fair and I would want to work with them again! There was a lot of back and forth with the network but The Hub was surprisingly easy to work with too.  I hope you like these behind-the-scenes images.

I tend to be very shy and though I’ve done TV animation before this is the first time I’ve ever had 2.5 minutes of JUST ME all over the screen. I have been able to hide doing background stuff and in-betweens, but this is ALL ME. I’m nervous and anxious, but I told myself I can do this. 

Watch The Aquabats Super Show on The Hub at 1PM EST.

(the images and videos in this post are the properties of The Aquabats and The Hub and will be taken down upon request.)

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