Here’s part TWO of a 1938 Felix the Cat adventure by Otto Messmer. Felix has befriended a rooster named Cocky, and they’re on their way to Mexico to get in cockfighting racket!
>>Click HERE if you missed Part ONE <<
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Thinks start to heat up in the next chapter. Check back soon for Part THREE: Cockfight!
Cartoon Network Studios is looking at portfolios for a new comedy series for the following positions:
Please drop off your portfolio at the studio during business hours, Monday-Friday 9 am-5:30 pm:
- Art Director
- BG Paint (Digital)
- Color Stylist
- Model Clean-Up (Digital)
- BG Design
Cartoon Network Studios
300 N. Third St.
Burbank, CA 91502
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“Felix and Cocky Rooster go to the Poultry Show”
|From Dell Four Color #77, published in 1945 – This issue collects a long string of 1938 Felix the Cat comic strip reprints from the genius pen of |
Messmer’s artwork from this period is so bouncy and alive…joyfully cartoony and all-out fun!
Felix The Cat comics
by Otto Messmer:
Storyboarding job news from TAG 839 announcement:
STARZ/Film Roman is looking for a experienced Storyboard Artist who can draw in the style of "The Ren and Stimpy Show", "The Mighty B" and similar styled shows.
Experience in Digital Storyboarding with Photoshop is a must.
Please submit PDF Files to email@example.com or call 818.748.4003 with any questions.
Today's comic, "Sherm and the Race," is from Dell Comics’ Popeye #24, April-June 1953. Art and Story by Bud Sagendorf.
All the comics are lovingly photographed from the old yellowed comic book paper of the original comics. The coloring looks totally natural against the off-white, pulpy-textured paper. The paper itself is very hefty and thick, so there is no bleed-thru or transparency of images. This is a solidly-built book, with a strong sewn binding. I will post a review of the biography and all the extras as soon as I get a chance to properly wallow around with this beautiful classic comics collection!
Warner Bros. Animation seeks portfolios from Production Experienced Action/Adventure artists in the areas of:
- Background Design
- Character Design
- StoryboardPlease have samples FROM PRODUCTION of Action/Adventure production work.
If your portfolio is currently at WBA, you need not apply again.
Portfolios can be dropped off M-F, 9am-6pm to 411 N. Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505. Inform the Guard that you are here to submit a portfolio for Warner Bros. Animation, and you will be guided through the process.
Nickelodeon Animation Studios is looking for several artists for its newest show, Robot and Monster: Best Friends Forever!
We are looking for one, or multiple, of the following:
- Storyboard Artists (6)
- Storyboard Revisionists (7)
- Storyboard/Animation Directors (3)
- Prop Designer (1)
- Character Designer (1)
Please Note: Because these are artistic positions, a test will be required.HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position, you must submit your resume online at www.mtvnetworkscareers.com. The listing is filed under Location: Burbank. Please follow up by submitting a flat book portfolio (do not include any original artwork) and a digital DVD displaying your art directly to the animation studio. Before we can review your portfolio, you must fill-out a portfolio release form.
To download the form, please go to: http://nas.nick.com/
Mail the completed form along with your portfolio and DVD to:Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Attn. Portfolio Submissions
231 West Olive Avenue
Burbank, CA 91502
Please include a cover letter and resume stating the position or positions to which you are applying.
Please Note: We would like to fill these positions ASAP! Get your work in as soon as you can; the reviews will be happening shortly.
Sherm's Note: I don't work at Nickelodeon these days, so I don't have any more info than this. This is time-sensitive info, so if you're interested, get clickin' and applying!
Click on the image below for the full-sized collection of Car Salesmen cartoons