The episodes featuring Raul The Mustache were good sweaty fun to make. Raul couldn't talk - he would change his shape to pantomime out his intent, and this forced the artists to be extremely creative. Luckily we had no shortage of creative board artists! Ricky Garduno was the first artist to try his hand at it, and did an amazing job with The Mustache Kid. Eddie Trigueros took it as a personal challenge to top him in Miracle City Undercover, and did some of his most clever and interesting work. Super artist Sean Szeles was up for the third one, Mustache Love, and did not disappoint either.
My main goal with the beat board was just to do a little of the heavy lifting ( crowd shots and location design.) and then to get out of Sean's way.
I still have regret fueled, guilt-nightmares over the was the massive multi-plane pan I drew - and made poor Roman Laney paint... Only to cut out of the finished cartoon.
If you're reading this Roman, I'm still sorry.