Sunday, December 16, 2007

CHESTACLESE TRAILER ON YOU TUBE

12 comments:

Julián höek said...

WOW!! that was amazing! really funny stuff! have you already pitched it? i hope you'll get chestaclese in production soon and do a series! the song was also great, did you play the guitar there?
see ya

Kevin Langley said...

I'm glad you put it on youtube. I've been dying to watch that again since you're site went offline. Any luck pitching it? I could've sworn I had an animation magazine with an interview with you and some artwork with "Testacles" written on it. Am I mistaken?

PCUnfunny said...

Oh god the manly-ness. Too much for wimpy me. Oh hell, I'll watch it anyway.

Trevour said...

I'm also glad to have watched this again on YouTube! Gets funnier every time!

I think I recall the article Kevin is talking about - I think the old name used to be "Testacles" too, right?

Weirdo said...

I loved the trailer. I want to see it as a series as well. They need talent like you.

pumml said...

Looks awesome and funny, Jim! Thanks for posting it up! Very cool to see it in a rough stage.

Jim Smith said...

Testacles is the original name. When I pitched it to some of the cartoon studios the name was changed. They refused to even consider it with that former name. After the song was written the new name stuck. I still want to use the old name maybe for the comic book.

Shaun said...

This is awesome!
I LOVE that butt slapping animation.
Please try to use the name Testacles somewhere, it's great.

pappy d said...

That's a bitchen teaser! I love the leper tots & that last painting is effin' gorgeous.

Testicles are the first thing to go in a network pitch. "Could you make him more like He-man?". I remember when a "he-man" was the opposite of "He-man".

It's good to know Testacles has a future in other media.

pappy d said...

That's a bitchen teaser! I love the leper tots & that last painting is effin' gorgeous.

Testicles are the first thing to go in a network pitch. "Could you make him more like He-man?". I remember when a "he-man" was the opposite of "He-man".

It's good to know Testacles has a future in other media.

Art F. said...

that's effing great, Jim! The pinnacle of manliness, verily.

Vincent Waller said...

YAY!