Yes, actually. Animation's a very easy thing to watch on tour.
I think I would much rather push the boundaries of the degradation that the characters face.
I challenge record companies to show me evidence of a single penny they've lost due to Napster.
The days when you needed amazing Silicon Graphics machines to run animation software are gone now.
But probably for the last ten years or so, I've been fitting in animation work into my other projects.
Well, we certainly weren't making a cartoon show for kids. It was a completely different kind of idea.
There are obviously legal restrictions on what you can do on TV in the States, as there are everywhere.
Over the course of those 12 episodes we discarded what didn't work and kept what did and that refined it.
It evolved out of the idea to make a kids TV show. And it actually turned out to be a bit dull and a bit regulated and too many people looking over your shoulder and it wasn't really.
I think that the episodes are like mini horror films really; the characters make bad decisions early on and these things just snowball for them and get worse and worse. And that's what I find funny.