Animated Series Pilot (B&RS)

\Back in the days of Good Morning Bushwick, I had stumbled upon an animation platform called Plotagon. At first glance, it seemed like the software was primarily designed for creating educational content and employee training materials. However, as I dove deeper into the world of Plotagon, I discovered a treasure trove of animations created by users, with intricate storylines and visuals that surpassed the original intent of the platform. For years, I had been bouncing around ideas about how to utilize this software, even going as far as to write a script for a Bud and Roach Show movie, featuring FirstLive, a Kanye West cameo, and a whole lot of debauchery. But I sat on the script, unsure of what to do next, until I finally had the idea to blend elements from the script with my love for Seinfeld-style TV sitcoms. With renewed excitement, I started developing a three-act structure that encapsulated the unique content I wanted to create. After weeks of brainstorming, I had enough material to produce a solid pilot episode. I wasted no time and began scripting and animating the short using Plotagon. One thing that struck me as I researched other Plotagon creations was that most people simply used the stock voices that came with the software. Wanting to take my project to the next level, I enlisted the help of my friends to record their lines in Logic Pro X. I then spent hours meticulously splicing their voices and importing them directly into the Plotagon software. It was a tedious process, but I knew it would pay off in the end. Once the animation was complete, I put the finishing touches on the project using Final Cut. I trimmed the excess, added an intro and outro, and inserted the perfect background music to set the tone. With bated breath, I hit play and watched the first episode of the B&RS Animated Series unfold before my eyes. As I watched, I was astounded by the results. The animations were smooth, the storylines engaging, and the custom-recorded voices brought my characters to life in a way I hadn’t imagined possible. I couldn’t help but grin from ear to ear as I reveled in the feeling of accomplishment. This pilot episode was more than I ever dreamed it could be. With the pilot episode of the B&RS Animated Series complete, I stood at the precipice of a new creative journey, ready to dive headfirst into the world of animation.

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