just like everyone else, as a kid! I never really stopped & became obsessed with it. Once i had figured out that if I drew a bunny I could have as many bunny pictures as I wanted!!!! Imagine a small child with that kind of power!
May I ask how you got to start writing for Bee and Puppycat? Working with Frederator/Cartoon Network/Cartoon Hangover is a dream for me and I was wondering if you give me some tips as to how to get there. If not, i totally understand, and I really look forward to Bee and Puppycat!
It’s been a crazy cool dream come true for me- I don’t know if what happened to me was the conventional way but here’s what happened!
for Cartoon Network: I was contacted by a showrunner after they saw some of my comics online, I had kept a regular update schedule of three times a week (I’ve cut back because of fun work stuff), and was given a storyboard test, which is a little packet with a story prompt and other activities- I did well enough to get to work on some episodes! Woohoo!
for Bee&Puppycat: I was contacted by Natasha because she had read my comics and said super nice things about them and asked if I wanted to write and I said YES!!!
So far every cool opportunity come out of making as many comics as I can and putting them online while trying to get better and learn new things.
Producing work and going to conventions and meeting people is a good way to network and get your name out there!