While I was busy telling you tales of the
Galactic: Kids Next Door,
there's been all sorts of stuff going on.
Stuff like the
Family Services Charity Auction
I warned you it was coming up
but I had no idea how much fun it was going to be!
It was quite the honor to be one of the three featured artists
I got a nice big area to display some of my recent work.
Apologies for the lack of close-ups, but
on the left are some original paintings from my
Along with some copies to sign, of course:
On the right are
I did for the
Zombie Art Show
Along the bottom is
the 18 foot line I did for the
The sooper giant TV in the middle had a loop of
They were all over the pool table!
Because we were
FISHING FOR DONATIONS!
I wanted to create a way for people to
be guaranteed a piece of artwork to take home
in case they didn't win
anything in the silent auction.
So we did this:
It was fun watching people pick their fish.
I don't know how many people pulled me aside to
tell me that they got
one of the lot.
And I had made a
Too many in fact.
But I've got an idea what to do with the leftovers!
(I'll tell you in a later post)
there were well over a hundred
pieces of artwork,
by tons of great animation artists like:
Pen Ward (Adventure Time)
JG Quintel (Regular Show)
Chris Battle (Teen Titans Go)
Pete Browngardt (Uncle Grandpa)
Mike Wetterhahn (Courage The Cowardly Dog)
and the list goes on!
But there wasn't just art by
gross animators like me and my ilk!
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
But I'm an idiot and didn't take pictures.
(in fact, I've stolen quite a few of these pics from
In bidding news,
Mo's Pigeon sketch went for $500
after a serious bidding war!
My KND drawing went for either
$2 or a cool $1,000,000.
they paid too much.
The rooftop dinner at sunset was
held a special treat:
Sound Effects Master
(Fish Hooks, Billy and Mandy, etc)
just happened to be playing the event with his band
What a perfect night!
Thanks, Cartoon Network!
And thanks Zita LeFebvre
for inviting me!
Oh, and here's a nice
bit about the show from