Revengeance -- New Full-Length Hand-Drawn Animated Feature by Jim Lujan and Bill Plympton

Jim Lujan's cartoons are mesmerizing, funny, funky and always created with his singular unique view of the world. Always an inspiration and just dang fun to watch! Up till now, Jim has been single-handedly creating animated shorts: writing, directing, and animating all by himself -- even the voices and music in most cases.

In the last year or so he's teamed up with indy animation legend Bill Plympton to create a full-length animated feature called REVENGEANCE. Jim's made his dreams come true through his blazing creativity,  his unbelievable productivity and perseverence. This guy proves that you don't need to wait for somebody else to give you the can push through and create your own breaks!

I can't wait to see what Jim Lujan and Bill Plympton cook up together on such a big canvas as this full-length animated feature. So I gladly backed this project on Kickstarter -- I think this film is going to wreak Revengeance on the entire animation world. Go Jim!!!

SpongeBob Rockin' the Bass - Deleted scene from the SpongeBob Movie 2

Who lives in a Pineapple and plays bass? Here's an extremely quick cut from a deleted scene from the SpongeBob Movie 2. Don't blink or you'll miss it!

 In case you blinked, here's a still-frame shot of the scene (drawn in Storyboard Pro):
It's really a deleted scene from a deleted scene; It used to be part of the "Thank Gosh it's Monday" song, which you can see here: The bass part was never animated, but it would have been at around 1:13 in the clip.

SpongeBob Movie 2 -- Some of my Storyboard and Layout drawings

The new SpongeBob Movie 2 is in the theaters and #1 at the box office! I worked on the movie as Sequence Supervisor...and now that it's in theaters, I can finally start posting my artwork from the movie!

-- Can you remember which scene this was from?

DELETED scene!
In this earlier version, the Post-Apoca-Whatcha-ma-call-it started earlier in the picture.
Mr. Krabs appeals to the angry mob of hungry customers.

Rough storyboard panel from the opening scenes of the new SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. SB loves his Krusty Krab snowglobe (which rains down Krabby Patties instead of snow). Shot lasts about 1.5 seconds in the movie. Thanks everybody for making the movie #1 !!