That's right, one of my favorite cartoon creators has his birthday today
and how could I pass the opportunity to make something special for him, the guy who made one of the best shows I've seen in a long time?
I'd like to thank
for informing me last night that today would be his birthday, because I was totally unaware.
But if anything, I had been preparing for his Nick show Robot and Monster
's 1-year anniversary that will occur this August; I've been looking forward to it since February.
This picture is almost like the very first RnM crossover I made
, except no cartoon gets crushed under the weight of a torn down wall.
Characters from all the popular shows placed into one setting with a character from which I still refer to as 'the best show ever'. [link]
That portrait in the middle? Well, let me tell you...that was my COLLEGE
poster project I made for an art class last year. I just REALLY
wanted to mash my love of cartoons, especially RnM, with my schoolwork because that's what I've usually done in school for as long as I could remember and I designed something.
I did get a low B on it, but the class is surely difficult, and there's always room for improvement, but still, I'm happy for what I've done.
And I thank Dave Pressler for being such an inspiration even to my education.
Happy birthday once more, Mr. Pressler, and thanks for giving us fans, especially me, a show that makes us feel there is hope for future children's television.
Robot from Robot and Monster (c) Dave Pressler
Pops from Regular Show (c) J.G. Quintel
Twilight Sparkle from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (c) Lauren Faust
Jake from Adventure Time (c) Pendleton Ward
Mabel Pines from Gravity Falls (c) Alex Hirsch