December 06, 2018

The Tongue & Pencil - 103 - Jorge Gutierrez


This episode features Jorge Gutierrez, creator of amazing projects such as El Tigre, Book of Life and the recently announced Maya & The Three!

It's called the Tongue & Pencil and I guess it’s technically an interview show but its more like a rough around the edges conversation that pretty much has zero production value. It has shitty audio in many episodes but if you like watching artists draw and talk about stuff that happened to them then maybe this is for you.

When we record some more we will have a better tech setup.

I hope you dig it.

-Chris P.

The Tongue & Pencil - 102 - Kate Micucci


This episode features Kate Micucci - Artist, comedian, actor, songwriter, musician, and half of Garfunkel & Oates.

It's called the Tongue & Pencil and I guess it’s technically an interview show but its more like a rough around the edges conversation that pretty much has zero production value. It has shitty audio in many episodes but if you like watching artists draw and talk about stuff that happened to them then maybe this is for you.

When we record some more we will have a better tech setup.

I hope you dig it.

-Chris P.

Woody Woodpecker Reanimate

Anijam Remake of the 1961 Woody short titled "The Bird Who Came to Dinner".

December 04, 2018

The Tongue & Pencil - 101 - Jon Schnepp


This episode features Jon Schnepp. He was a great artist, a great person, and a great friend.

It's called the Tongue & Pencil and I guess it’s technically an interview show but its more like a rough around the edges conversation that pretty much has zero production value. It has shitty audio in many episodes but if you like watching artists draw and talk about stuff that happened to them then maybe this is for you.

The overall audio is bad and there's a weird echo on Schnepp's voice that starts about halfway through. I couldn't figure out how to fix it. You can still hear everything fine. When we record some more we will have a better tech setup.

I hope you dig it.

- Chris P.