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Tariq S. Harris
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So far, this is the last "Look Alive!" poster that I've done, but it's definitely my favorite! Here, I took inspiration from that Spider-Man Homecoming poster that everyone was getting on and did something really dopw with it! Love the colors on this one!
Here's another poster I did for "Look Alive!" This time, I went with an homage to the classic film "A Trip to the Moon", which is connected to this episode in more ways than one. Guess you'll just have to see how!
I don't even know where to begin. There cannot be a single person who loves the art of storytelling and hasn't be effected in some way by The Simpsons. If it wasn't from the show directly, it damn sure was from something it influenced down the line. Anyone who know me is probably tired of me going on and on about this show, but I can't help it. It's not one of the most important animated series of all-time, or most important sitcom, but one of the most important works of art in the 20th century. Everything in our culture from the way we talk to the way we view the world in the past 30 years in because of this show. It's the reason we strive to make every frame of Power of K perfect. So that we can someday live up to have this big an impact. Thank you so much to Matt, Al, David, James, Mike, Sam, John (both of them), Dan, Nancy, Julie, Yerdley, Harry, Hank, (Hell, even Conan) and the growing amazing crew for changing our world with this show. From our show to yours: Happy 27th Anniversary!
Wow, it has been a LOOOOONG time since I've done one of these, huh? And here I said I'd do one of these after every episode. Three episodes later, we see how that turned out. A lot has changed, honestly. "Power of K" is doing really well, at least better than before. Every episode gets increasingly better. We work in HD now, that's always fun. In the program Sony Vegas. In retrospect, I wish I had it back in the Christmas Tree Redemption days because, not only can we do real interesting things with the camera, the HD deepens the quality of the color scheme better than anything I've ever seen. Speaking of which, Christmas Tree Redemption was a success and brought in a whole new audience. Kiki and Cree share, what I consider, the most complex scene in the series so far (which was also an homage to the Isabella/Hans Solo scene in Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars). Redemption also marks the first time I ever did ALL the ink and paint alone, which is where it stands as of now. presently just specializes in the additional character design (Moe, the rappers in How to Rap, Cheyenne Blackwell and Susie from JUXtaposition, etc.) and the background design. This change shaped the way the show looks in a new light, which I couldn't be prouder of. Ya'll can check out Redemption here: [link] How to Rap was fun, too. It was the first for a lot of things. It was the first in the According to Cox style, which is something that was inspired by Gravity Falls' "Mabel's Guide To..." series of shorts [link], it was our first HD joint and it was the first time we had guest stars. My friends over at Rap Villain, which is a rap collective, teamed up with me to voice for this joint. Check out their music here, by the way. It's short, funny and a good first-episode for anyone who wants to get introduced to these characters and their personalities. You can see How to Rap over here: [link] And here we come to our topic, finally: JUXtaposition. Elijah and I wrote this episode somewhere around May of 2015 for an August 2015 release. ...It just came out three weeks ago. Starting off, this is the longest ANY episode of the show has ever taken, including the first. While I do want to save massive amounts of this story for the episode's audio commentary, the episode went through development Hell. Scenes added, scenes deleted, almost half of the episode had to be reanimated, my laptop broke TWICE in production, characters added, characters removed, it was literally ALL of the place. With all of that being said, I am very VERY happy with how it came out. Never before have we gotten to spend so much time with Kiki, Brad and Cree in a much bigger, cinematic story that brings, literally, EVERY character introduced in the show (except for Belittling the Little's Craig) together for this gigantic adventure. It even guest stars YouTube's VERY OWN Pan-Pizza of Rebel Taxi! Thank you to EVERYONE for making this possible. Now, to watch THIS one, you could just look under this paragraph.
So, what does the future hold for Kiki, Brad, Cree and Phineas? The ending of JUXtaposition is suppose to provide leeway to the new on-going plot to the series. There are sprinkles in the background and even the character's dialogue that lead you to see the direction each one of them are going. After this, everyone has an arc, not just Kiki. From this point on, every episode and story will expand on that. Now that you know the characters, it's time that you know the characters. We found new writers, too! Decided to get my friends Jose, Josiah (the producer of the soundtrack for the show) and Jonathan (the creator of the song at the end of JUXtaposition) to help us craft the thought-provoking stories for the new direction Elijah and myself want to take the show into. PLEASE share the show with everyone you know and then some! We want this to go to new heights! Also check out the Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and even our new website!
That's pretty much all there is. Next thing is a short about Phineas and zombies! That's all I'm telling ya'll! #LookAlive!
Tariq S. Harris
Artist | Hobbyist | Film & Animation
Hey guys, I'm Tariq and I create this hand drawn animated series called Power of K, about three kids that go to middle school. ...It is waaaaay more interesting than it sounds. But, I DO draw more stuff that I hope you'll enjoy. :3
Favorite visual artistGlenn Keane, Edd Gould, Dan Povenmire, Charles Shultz, Joesph Barbara, Paul ter VoordeFavorite moviesWho Framed Roger Rabbit, Winnie the Pooh, Lilo and Stitch, The Powerpuff Girls Movie, A Boy Named Charlie Brown, Up, Toy Story 3, Scott Pilgrim vs. The WorldFavorite TV showsPhineas and Ferb, Hey Arnold!, Regular Show, Ed, Edd n Eddy, Peanuts, Tom and JerryFavorite bands / musical artistsRichard Stone, Alan SilvestriFavorite booksArchie Comics's "Sonic the Hedgehog" seriesOther InterestsAnimation, Writing