Shorts “A Googy Cartoon” by Myke Chilian and Kali Fontecchio By Jerry Beck | 03/29/2011 1:00 am | 9 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Email 9 Myke Chilian and Kali Fontecchio made this teeny-weenie 37-second cartoon for Googy (episode 3) featured on Channel 101 this month. For more info on how fast they made this and why, check out Kali’s site. We welcome thoughtful comments on articles, but please read our community guidelines before participating. All comments are moderated and will not immediately appear on the site; your patience is appreciated. cbat628 I like it! They managed to put in as much personality in the short within a short while still being understated. Nicely done. Stuart L Hahah dig that tune – great job guys Doug Fantastic! Karl Hungus Myke Chilian is also the guy who made the infamous “McBusters” shorts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uaOTDyqe5E John A Why was it in black and white? skid I love the singing in this cute little short, it reminds me a lot of the songs from the Mr. Gasser and the Weirdos. Arnett Nicely done my friend! CVG This is an example of using an old-time black and white style for no reason. The animation, voices, and presentation had nothing to do the effects style they were placing it in. At least in Smulty, the animation bounces and pacing is homage to the style they are borrowing from as if uncovered from the era…in this cartoon it’s just “Hey let’s put packman eyes on stuff and add grain without any knowledge of what made 1920s cartoons memorable”. david I think its great. Like a 50s tv show Previous Post"Invitation to the Dance" on Warner Archive DVD Next Post"Dog Skateboard" versus "Dogboarding"