- Height: Three leagues, seven fathoms and two inches.
- Weight: Roughly equivalent to that of a dark star.
- Age: Varies, dependent on time.
- Alignment: Mostly goodish.
- Abilities: Superior sleeping skills, expert circle jerker, was once a fish, takes daily multivitamins, has a winged lizard monster for a penis, eats food, doesn’t believe in children, can think backwards and plays video games.
- Weaknesses: Girls, jokes, comedy, webcomics, morals.
- Eric’s Other Links:
- Animation Reel (2011)
- Eric’s Art Facebook Page
- Deviant Art
- Email Eric
Eric is the sole survivor of planet Kyrpton. His father, Jor-El, discovered that the planet was about to explode pretty good so he ejaculated his baby off into space in an experimental space ship. The ship landed on Earth where he grew up to be Superman and everybody knows the rest of the story from there.
No but for reals
Eric is the guy who draws and sometimes writes for this pitiful webcomic. From 2001-2004 he teamed up with Rob and Keith to make an equally stupid webcomic called Mall Monkeys. There were literally thousands upon thousands of people who hated this webcomic on a daily basis. Even today, there are internet scholars partaking in heated discussions over why the comic was so awful. Nearly 10 years from Mall Monkeys’ inception, creators Rob and Eric realized that there were far too many good webcomics on the internet and that they should make the effort to crap things up again. Nowadays Eric spends his time chasing the past and trying to hide the soul crushing emptiness that lies deep within his heart.
What’s this about animation?
Well, I had to stop Mall Monkeys because I went off to art school. My first year I made a little short called Merry Melony Episode 1 and people seemed to dig it. I hope to reboot the series as a graphic novel some day. You can watch the movie on Newgrounds here:
Years later I got my bachelor of fine arts at Ringling College of Art and Design in computer animation, where I spent for-fucking-ever producing this 2 minute CG animated short, “The Animator and the Seat“:
That landed me a job at Reel FX Animation Studios where I am currently a lead animator. I’ve worked on such forgettable classics as Open Season 2, 3, and Kung Fu Panda: The Secrets of the Furious Five. Most notably I worked on the new 3D CGI Looney Tunes shorts and am currently about to finish working on our first animated feature film, Free Birds.
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