There's a lot you can do without words.
Basicly I'm in charge of all creative aspects of the show.
I started working at Hanna-Barbera in '92 on 2 Stupid Dogs.
Anything you see on the screen was at one point approved by me.
We chose the actors thru a series of auditions when we started the show.
But to me what seems to be missing in a lot of portfolios is Cartooning.
I've been drawing since I was about 3 and I come from a family of artists.
I'm a geeky toy collector, and to have toys of your own characters is unbelievably cool.
I'm always thinking about what I might want to do next, but there's still things I want to do with Powerpuff - so I can keep going with this one for awhile.
The storyboard artists job is to plan out shot for shot the whole show, write all the dialog, and decide the mood, action, jokes, pacing, etc of every scene.