Heya buddy pals. How y’all doin? Cool. Whatever.
I figured it was about time I drop by and let you know what’s going on with the channels this week. On Monday, for the first time ever, the entirety of Nick: The Feature Film will be available to watch for free on the Extras Channel! If you haven’t seen it yet, I strongly recommend that you do. It will warm your innards in a most surprising way.
On Thursday, be delighted by a new “Chris Talks!”
On Saturday, a new animation will be released on the main channel. THAT IS ALL I AM ALLOWED TO SAY ABOUT IT.
In FilmCow Minecraft Server news, I decided to make a Facebook page for the server. Also, there are going to be monthly themed builds that will be featured in Scuffcraft. There’s more information available in the FilmCow Forum, if you’re interested. The theme currently being worked on is “your version of paradise.”
This is mine:
Nick and I are friends IRL. We hang out and stuff. I just wanted you to know.
Hey, everybody! I’ve got a quick update for you, my friends.
For the immediate future I’m going to be switching from releasing main-channel videos every Saturday to every other Saturday. The reason for this is simple: I need more time for my non-YouTube projects right now. Primarily, getting an Android version of “Llamas with Hats: Cruise Catastrophe” out, and working on my next game. I also have some longer-form videos I’d like to work on, and I just don’t have the time to do that if I’m putting together four YouTube videos a month.
FilmCow Extra will continue to see two releases a week, every Monday and Thursday. Subscribe if you haven’t already!
Thank you for your understanding. I love you all.
Hello people of Earth…
I’m back from my travels… so what does that mean? It’s time to get back to work! I have drawings to do, culture to report on in Titusville, and yes… time vaults to update.
So here we are on this wonderful Thursday with an addition to our vault. Today we give you The Legomatrix! If you liked the Matrix, and you enjoy playing with those colorful plastic bricks… then you will possibly like this cartoon.
I recommend getting out your favorite Lego set, and putting it together while watching this short. For me, I watched while playing with my Space Shuttle set!
HEY, YOU. No, I totally remember what your name is! Don’t go, please? I’ll tell you what’s going on with FilmCow this week if you stick around.
Tomorrow (Monday, for those not in the know), we will be releasing Scuffcraft on the Extras channel. On Thursday, Chris will treat you to the Titusville Culture Report. On Saturday, the main channel release will introduce you to an ad for the Extras channel, since more people need to see the stuff that Chris and I (and Jason) are churning out. They don’t NEED to, so to speak, but clearly their lives would be greatly enriched by it.
That’s all for this week. My wrists are still whack but I’m making them watch lots of 90’s music videos in hopes that it will jog them out of their painful ennui. So far, no good.
From “low” by Cracker.
For some reason, black and white was popular in the 90’s. I didn’t understand it at the time, and I don’t understand it now.
Some things just aren’t meant to make sense, I suppose. Like my wrists.
Just another day at the office. The spatula office.
This is not from my abandoned “Spatula Madness” feature, this is a separate short. I might start doing a bunch of spatula cartoons. Spatulas.
It’s time for another episode of the internet’s favorite series: Hit It With a Car! This time Chris and the gang set off to hit a bunch of Slap Chop choppers.
Good Thursday to you all!
We have an oldie added to the time vault this evening… Bob and the Pond. This was an animated piece Jason made for a class back in high school. I’m sure he received an ‘A’ on the project… because nobody else could match this kind of creativity!
The message from this cartoon is simple… be nice to nature… or else!
Good evening, chums. I hope you’re all having a wonderful Sunday. I am not, as my wrists have recently revolted against me. Apparently revolution involves a lot of pain.
To take my mind of things, I’m going to watch “Hit It With a Car” on the main channel on Saturday. I may also watch “Scuffcraft” on Monday, and “The Titusville Culture Report” on Thursday on the Extras Channel. Hopefully my wrists will be better by then. If they aren’t, then I will dissolve into a puddle of my own tears.
Pickles the drummer, doodley do, will keep me company. I hope.
Someone send me weapons to defeat my wrists.
What trouble will the unicrons get into this week?