A few minutes ago Anonymous commented on the previous post about the title card.
If you're following the blog, you can see we're in full swing on the production of the short. I've met with some studio Executives, and folks are interested, but producing this project takes time. I thank everyone past and present for all their hard work.
Without everyones efforts none of this is possible. I know it's going to get picked up, and when it does, it's going blow everyone away!
Here's what he or she had to say....
That a gorgeous card, but it begs the question... why? You don't even have a completed episode to follow this.
I've been biting my tongue on this for awhile now, and enough is enough. I've watched this blog blossom over the last few years with fantastic artwork from some the industry's top talents. Just top notch work....but ultimately it goes nowhere. Why do so much development, and never break ground on an episode?? You don't 80 characters to figure out a 7 character pilot. It's like building a car over and over, and never actually leaving the driveway.
To be blunt, I think the fault lies with you, O'Neal. You tout around the names and reputations of very hard working artists, to entice people to do free work for you. Not because you want to create something real, but because you're that bratty little kid in candy store that wants gumballs...no jawbreakers....no lollipops..no licorice...etc.
These artists are nice enough to contribute what little free time they have, for a project that will never see the light of day. Let's call it what it is, outright abuse of people and their talents. You're taking advantage O'neal, and it's wrong.
I'm throwing down the gauntlet, O'Neal. Your visual development team have done their work, now it's your turn. Hold up your end of the bargain and go pound the pavement, get some meetings, kiss some asses.....whatever it takes to get this thing made.Otherwise, in the end...you're just another wanna-be. big mouth, vampire executive that took advantage of hard working artists...and what's worse, gave the artists nothing in return.