animator, comic artist, and pop punk aficionado
Joined on 3/2/13
A sequel and a possible Brobot series???!?!?!?!?! UGGHHGHUHGGHUHHGHG Yes, that sounds amazing.
In terms of production where is Sparks? Do you have concept art for the characters and locations?
Do you have scripts for some of the episodes? Also Dillon should totally make some unique music for Sparks!
Also do you plan on changing your style for the new show? I'm sure all these questions will get answered in a future journal but....
(Updated 2015-02-20 08:13:16)
sparks is, like, still in pre-production haha. the thing i've come to face is that i've built a world around no concept. i have sparks, the location, and a general idea of the series, but no central theme to it all and no compelling characters. once i figure out those elements, it should be go time. hopefully that is this year. i honestly thought i'd crack it by now, but i guess there's no real timetable to these things. in contrast, dillon and i worked out the first seven episodes of brobot, plus a whole backstory, characters, and jokes in one night. i think it was easier 'cause the concept already existed. so brobot will likely come first, if it does (a series of 2-4 min. episodes might take a while, but i'm game).
i have several ideas for sparks episodes, too, but i've gotta solidify the characters and a central thesis.
i haven't changed my style drastically since i began, so i can't imagine so, but there will probably be things here and there i spruce up. i'm bad at character design, but a few things are a little different every cartoon.
and yeah, @kingdarkeyes will likely help out with music! i've been trying to learn how to play music, sorta, because i've realized i need to. i have pretty specific vision for what i do, and it occurs to me that might be best served doing it myself. so i've got little guitar/ukulele things here and there that'll be in sparks. dillon's got the microkorg so he'll do lots for brobot i imagine, haha. like i said, i'm trying to get away from licensed music, but it was a given for brobot 2. brobot 1 had dozens of licensed songs, so the sequel has to. i can assure you the series won't, though.
Can't say I've viewed Brobot 1 yet, but I'm digging Jason's dialogue so far
the original brobot is on youtube. it's suuuuuuper old (and bad), but the sequel will be great