To think that sadly I've never seen but a few episodes that I found mildly amusing while I was eating at a pizza joint...
Thought even more honestly, I was telling everyone I know that "I know someone who works on that show, and she's even traded a message or two with me! Yay!" I suppose from what I saw it is another take on the "lets throw these odds and ends together and save the world!"
Out of an episode, how much of what a viewer sees might actually be your work?
Pretty close. They're saving the world'd kids from adults. They're little terrorists in my opinion. Maybe that's because I'm over thirteen.
I storyboard, so I only work on select episodes. My name is credited at the start of any episode I've worked on, so it's easy to tell which ones. My job is to decide what every shot in that episode looks like, so it's usually all mine aside from anything the creator's changed.
Cool! I have to say that rocks. A story boarder, that's quite a lot of impact on the direction of where something goes. You are one of the many people in this world that inspire me. If ever I had the heart to develop my artistic talents, I would have wanted a job much like that.
On the right show, it's very cool to be able to direct so much of the action of an epsiode. Every production is different, so the amount of control you have varies a lot. If you ever have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
I've really liked that show since I first saw it but my respect for CNKND rose a few notches when they had a tribute to the rock group GWAR in one of their episodes. Something with a crazy school cafeteria cook who creates a giant sandwich monster that rampages about and eats kids...all the while she's singing the praises of her monster to the tune of "Gor Gor"....they even used the exact music from the song, just changed the lyrics.
Slamwitch! I know that one by heart since I storyboarded that episode. I think I listened to that GWAR song about a million times while working on it. We had to list them in the credits as RAWG since CN didn't want little kids googling GWAR and finding... well, you know.