Topic #115: Cabin Fever
Joe, you mean they didn't give you those pills in school? WE all got them. Mine made me think I was a kamikazi alligator bomber for 3 whole minutes... it wore off just in time.This video is hilarious! My favorite is the amazed look on your face after the mouse moves by itself... And the part where you carefully place your name and copyright on the cartoon.
Oh, and I just noticed you got your son's name into the title of your post! Very clever.
Brilliant Joe- and brave too! Personally I prefer to hide behind a really indistinct old picture of myself now all sorts of people will be stopping you in the supermarket for your autograph.
Best. Post. Ever. Awesome idea and very funny video. The cheerios coming out of your mouth are gross, I hate cheerios and they give kids bad breath. Nonetheless, this so good, you're such a great filmmaker! Original and entertaining. But shouldn't you be wearing a shiny, silver jumpsuit? It IS the year 3k. Great job. Joe!
A video submission on Toon Club? Madness! I see you winning an Oscar for that performance, Joe. It was great. Thanks for the laughs. Adding your "copyright" was my favorite part too. "Leaning Wookie" is one of the side effects of that drug apparently. It looks to me like what you want to be is a film executive. "Staff... make awesome cartoon." Hooray for Joe. I enjoyed it plenty, sir.
Side note: The "awesome cartoon" was actually made by two "Super-Computers" named Shane and Adrian.Gotta give them what's due.
In the year 3000, drawings will be videos. I LOVE IT! Joe, I don't know what possessed you to make this "documentary", but thank you, thank you, thank you! Incredible!Now time to stop typing and watch it again!
Killin me! I have showed it to several people at the office already today! Your facial expression when you say "of course" and look up to the side will be with me forever. I want to know what that music is with the funkiness.
This is FANTASTIC! It has become an instant classic in the annals of Toon Club history. You are one creative dude.
The music is from an Apple program called Soundtrack (or Garageband Sr.)I just used some pre-made loops that sounded good enough.The best part is that they are royalty-free and I use them in paid projects all the time!
Ha! Now I know what you look like. Nice to meet you! Very funny and entertaining. I love the cheerios. I'm not sure how your body spontaneously generated cheerios, and that's what I love about it. Excellent.
BYU's internet screens everything You-Tube, and so I can't see your post. But I'm laughing heartily on the inside. I know your sense of humor well enough now to know it must be really amusing. If I can find a non-BYU connection I'll take a look.
i've always enjoyed your drawings.. and now... i can enjoy your hilarity in human form... thank you so much. :) (yes, you don't know me.)
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