fall burgers

• Normalize going to Burger King at 3 am
• Normalize falling asleep inside the Burger King
• NORMALIZE filling up your empty milk jugs with drinks from the sofa fountain
• NORMALIZE JACKING IT IN THE BK BATHROOM
• NORMALIZE FIGHTING THE MANAGER

Finally colored this 💪💪💪

How many of them you guys recognize?

9

I’ve been upset about the recent events in America so I wanted to sketch some cartoon pride<3

With love from an ally, my deepest condolences, I’d be humbled and honored if any one of these cheered anyone up.

EDIT:

Since a lot of people wanted to know who’s who, since I drew from so many fandoms, here’s a list:

  • Garnet (and Steven) from: Steven Universe
  • Mr. Burns and Mr. Smithers from: The Simpsons
  • Princess Bubblegum and Marceline from: Adventure Time
  • Fry and Bender from: Futurama
  • Eren and Armin from: Attack on Titan/Shingeki no Kyojin
  • Gene and Bob Belcher from: Bob’s Burgers
  • Rick and Morty from: Rick and Morty
  • Mabel and Grunkle Stan from: Gravity Falls
  • Haru and Makoto from: Free! Iwatobi Swim Club~

I tried to keep it to canon or at least universally accepted fanon (which is why Frender and Eremin are up there) but anyhow~ Lots of love<3

Animation is in a really fantastic place right now isn’t it!

Shows like Steven Universe and Wander over Yonder are creator driven and given ample support from their parent studios to help them be as successful as they can be. While Steven Universe may seem trapped in an endless hiatus while Teen Titans Go airs non-stop, the Steven bombs are planned and promoted events that the studio counts on to be successful because they trust the show.

‘Adult’ animation has become the home for some of the best jokes with the age of Mcfarlen-style humor on the decline and the rise of great shows like Rick and Morty, Bob’s Burger and Archer. With “Sausage Party” we’re getting our first rated R mainstream feature animated film. Critique it all you want but this is opening the gates to more adult oriented animated content which is great because animation is not a genre, its a medium.

Established properties like Powerpuff Girls and Samurai Jack are being given a new treatment with a new generation of talented artists. People who love the old shows and are excited about continuing them and trying something new with them. 

Shows like Spongebob and Fairly Odd Parents soldier on and continue to be popular well beyond their expected lifetime. Established long running properties bring home the bacon for a studio and help to pay for those shows that the studio is willing to take a chance risk like Avatar the last Airbender. There are shows that are made with an ending in mind like Gravity Falls that are given the creative freedom to tell the story they want to tell.

Storytelling is healthier now than it ever has been. It is becoming the selling point as series like Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead continue to out perform traditional television. New and exciting opportunities for cross platform storytelling are coming with shows like OK KO which started as a show and became an awesome game! The people making animated content now grew up with great shows like Batman, Gargoyles, X-Men, The Simpsons, the list goes on and on!

It feels like everyone is just sort of…getting started :)


I’m an animation professional and I get frustrated when I see stuff like this.