That Nasty old man of Vienna: Nonsense Stories 18

There was an Old Man of Vienna, Who lived upon Tincture of Senna; When that did not agree, he took Camomile Tea, That nasty Old Man of Vienna. –Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846) Seriously, what is tincture of senna?

–Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846)

Seriously, what is tincture of senna?

On Blip.TV:

http://blip.tv/nonsense-stories/that-nasty-old-man-of-vienna-nonsense-stories-18-6276302

On YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFn4iRRP5ok

Producer-Director: Artie Romero
Story: Artie Romero
Voices: Ron Hayden
Associate Producers: Woodrow Martin, Anne Hecker

Music: Footage Firm, Inc. (intro)
Kevin MacLeod’s “Fig Leaf Rag”
http://www.incompetech.com

Limerick: Edward Lear (1812-1888)
Whiteboard art: Woodrow Martin
Animation: Kristen Pontius, Frauke Wright, Woodrow Martin, Artie Romero, Matthew Rebel
Caricature: Bill Crowley
Post-production: Woodrow Martin, Kyle Redford, Artie Romero

All “celebrity” voices are humorous impressions created by voice actor Ron Hayden.

Copyright 2012 ARG! Cartoon Animation LLC
All rights reserved.
http://artie.com
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12 webisodes in production

The ARG! Cartoon Animation studio is hard at work right now on 12 commercial animation projects, but in our spare time (between midnight and 4:00 a.m.) we are, slowly but slowly, putting together 12 more webisodes of Nonsense Stories for the enjoyment of our many rabid fans! Because of the studio’s intense commercial production schedule, it was necessary to give up the weekly release schedule for Nonsense Stories. We will post each of them on Blip.TV as soon as they are completed. So stay tooned!

Young Lady of Sweden

The 17th episode of Edward Lear’s Nonsense Stories was released on Blip.TV today:

http://blip.tv/nonsense-stories/nonsense-stories-17-young-lady-of-sweden-6244574

There was a Young Lady of Sweden,
Who went by the slow train to Weedon;
When they cried, ‘Weedon Station!’ she made no observation,
But thought she should go back to Sweden.

– Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846)

Producer-Director: Artie Romero

Story: Artie Romero

Voices: Ron Hayden, Artie Romero

Associate Producers: Woodrow Martin, Anne Hecker

Music: Footage Firm, Inc. (intro) and Kevin MacLeod’s “Classic Horror 1″
www.incompetech.com

Limerick: Edward Lear (1812-1888)

Whiteboard art: Woodrow Martin

Animation: Tracy Deines, Jerimiha Newlon, Matthew Rebel

Caricature: Bill Crowley

Post-production: Tim Romero

All “celebrity” voices are humorous impressions created by voice actor Ron Hayden.

Copyright 2012 ARG! Cartoon Animation LLC
All rights reserved.
http://artie.com

The young lady of Welling

There was a Young Lady of Welling,
Whose praise all the world was a-telling;
She played on the harp, and caught several Carp,
That accomplished Young Lady of Welling.

– Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846)

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The 16th episode of Nonsense Stories features the art of Woodrow Martin, and animation by Ahmad Philips, Jerimiha Newlon, Frauke Wright, Artie Romero and Matthew Rebel.  Here’s a link:

http://blip.tv/nonsense-stories/nonsense-stories-16-young-lady-of-welling-6233075

Nonsense Stories 15: Rats ate his hats!

Watch today’s new episode on Blip.TV:
http://blip.tv/nonsense-stories/nonsense-stories-15-rats-ate-his-hats-6221121

There was an Old Man who supposed
That the street door was partially closed;
But some very large Rats ate his coats and his hats,
While that futile Old Gentleman dozed.

– Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846)

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Producer-Director: Artie Romero

Story: Artie Romero

Voices: Ron Hayden and Squeaky Toy

Associate Producers: Woodrow Martin, Anne Hecker

Music: Footage Firm, Inc. (intro) and Kevin MacLeod’s “Fenster’s Explanation” http://www.incompetech.com

Limerick: Edward Lear (1812-1888)

Whiteboard art: Matthew Rebel

Animation: Brittney Owens, Anne Hecker, Matthew Rebel

Caricature: Bill Crowley

Post-production: Tim Romero

All “celebrity” voices are humorous impressions created by voice actor Ron Hayden.

Copyright 2012 ARG! Cartoon Animation LLC
All rights reserved.

http://artie.com

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Episode 14: That unfortunate man of Peru

http://blip.tv/nonsense-stories/nonsense-stories-14-old-man-of-peru-6209185

Crime and punishment are the theme of the 14th episode of Nonsense Stories, premiering this morning on Blip.TV, starring the wife of that unfortunate man of Peru.  Richard M. Nixon is on hand to express his sadness and revulsion over the heinous crime that led to our Peruvian’s unfortunate demise.

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There was an Old Man of Peru,
Who watched his wife making a stew;
But once, by mistake, in a stove she did bake
That unfortunate Man of Peru.

– Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846)

Producer-Director: Artie Romero

Story: Artie Romero

Voices: Ron Hayden, Artie Romero

Associate Producers: Woodrow Martin, Anne Hecker

Music: Footage Firm, Inc. and Kevin MacLeod’s “Netherworld Shanty” http://www.incompetech.com

Limerick: Edward Lear

Whiteboard art: Matthew Rebel

Animation: Kemi Oyebade, Woodrow Martin, Andrew Woolnough, Artie Romero, Matthew Rebel

Caricature: Bill Crowley

Post-production: Tim Romero

All “celebrity” voices are humorous impressions created by voice actor Ron Hayden.

Copyright 2012 ARG! Cartoon Animation LLC
All rights reserved.
http://artie.com
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Premiere of episode 13 is the first for Blip.TV

 
 
There was an Old Man on whose nose
Most birds of the air could repose;
But they all flew away at the closing of day,
Which relieved that Old Man and his nose.

– Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense (1846)

Executive Producer: Tim Romero

Producer-Director: Artie Romero

Story: Woodrow Martin and Artie Romero

Voices: Ron Hayden and Artie Romero

Associate Producers: Woodrow Martin, Anne Hecker

Music: Footage Firm, Inc. and Kevin MacLeod’s “Rocket” http://www.incompetech.com

Limerick: Edward Lear

Whiteboard art: Matthew Rebel

Animation: Andrew Woolnough, Wayne Sullivan and Matthew Rebel

Caricature: Bill Crowley

Post-production: Tim Romero

Sound effects: Artie Romero

All “celebrity” voices are humorous impressions created by voice actor Ron Hayden.

Copyright 2012 ARG! Cartoon Animation LLC
All rights reserved.
http://artie.com
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