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Genndy Tartakovsky - Legendary Dreamer by mastergloyd Genndy Tartakovsky - Legendary Dreamer by mastergloyd
Finally finished with the Genndy Tartakovsky tribute for Comic-Con! I really hope I can get this piece signed by him this week, Genndy is one of my favorite cartoonists and has probably influenced me the most as a cartoonist.

***UPDATE***

Mission Accomplished!! It was honor meeting one of my heroes!

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CelmationPrince Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
A Legendary Artist/Dreamer of Cartoon Network IndeedNod!
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JimboNewman Featured By Owner May 18, 2013
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS DUDE! Genddy is the man!

AWESOME TRIBUTE!
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mastergloyd Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
True dat! Thanks!
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mastergloyd Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I believe it was more along the lines of 20. I thought it was only one season, but I guess technically it was two and the second ran right after the first without any breaks.
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classicsonicawesome Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Samurai Jack and the original Clone Wars are my favorite out of all his work!
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mastergloyd Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I definitely love both! I was extremely impressed with Sym-bionic Titan, shame it didn't make it past the first season... :/
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warahi Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2012
wasn't it just like 6 or 8 episodes?
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mastergloyd Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I believe it was more along the lines of 20. I thought it was only one season, but I guess technically it was two and the second ran right after the first without any breaks.
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Student Filmographer
Master Gloyd, Genndy Tartakovsky, even he's now working with Sony Pictures Animation, is my favorite animation artist in the whole wide world, and always will be, in my opinion.

And hopefully, Master Gloyd, even as a Hollywood visionary, filmmaker, film director or even animation artist, I'm gonna pay homage to Genndy Tartakovsky and all his work, especially in ways best suited to the US-based, Russian-born animation artist's talents, with some theatrically-released big screen movie project like "The Princess of Shangara" which is essentially my twelve-part epic non-musical take on the mythic travels of one of China's most beloved heroes, the revered and legendary Chinese warrior woman known as Mulan who defended her Chinese homeland centuries ago.

As for my main character in The Princess of Shangara, she'll be an Asian girl (teen or young adult?) physically based on Dexter's Sister Dee Dee's Asian Friend Lee Lee from Dexter's Laboratory, but just like the legendary Chinese female warrior Mulan, she'll be as mighty, brave and noble a warrior, as she is young, fair and beautiful a maiden, but whose name is as mysterious as Clint Eastwood as The Man with No Name, for she is simply known only as "The Princess of Shangara" (or else by her nickname Lilimaia). I wanted my main character to also be accompanied in her travels by two other girls, Daphne (who is white and blonde and may be physically based on Dexter's sister Dee Dee, especially her two blonde ponytails) and Mikaela (who is African American and physically based on Dee Dee's African American friend Mee Mee), both of whom nicknamed The Princess of Shangara as Lilimaia. The Princess of Shangara's legendary chief adversary was the evil sorceror Red Dragon, who has designs on the throne of Shangara (a Far East Asian-influenced land) as well as the world and plots to have both Shangara and the rest of the world through a mix of high technology and his great, terrible magic.

Even as The Princess of Shangara Part I through Part XII would all be realized or made as either a fully animated movie project or a live action movie project, or a part cartoon, part live action movie project, It would be through The Princess of Shangara that I will pay homage to Genndy Tartakovsky and all his work in ways best suited to his talents, and even if Princess of Shangara may be actualy good quality or not, I'll also be hell-bent on reviving the kind of stuff Genndy Tartakovsky used to make for Cartoon Network between 1994 and 2010, this time on the big screen of movie theaters.

Anyway, Genndy Tartakovsky will always be my favorite animation artist in the whole wide world!
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mastergloyd Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow, this all sounds awesome! I am a huge fan of Genndy's too, even more so now that I've met him in person and have seen how humble and nice he is. I have a similar dream as yours, so keep moving forward on yours, and hopefully we'll meet up someday. :)
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