privyfarms: Some of the puppets I worked on for Awesome Show and David back in late ‘06. Orangey the Cat (Jason) is having some neck surgery here.
Not sure if this has been posted by someome else (as Tom posted it 4 weeks ago) but this definitely looks like it’s the same set from when Tim claimed he was going to be on Community but then we subsequently figured out that was in fact not true.
Tim: “When Shrek the Third came out, for months everyday you’d get bombarded with like ‘the wait is ogre’ garbage shoveled at you […] and I woke up the week before the premiere came out with the idea that Eric and I would just promote Shrek as an experimental joke […] that’s probably my favourite thing of all time, it was just so dumb.”
Eric: “It was all positive comments and 15 promos, there are still people out there who hate us because they thought we were supporting this film.”
This is a restaurant a few blocks away from my new house.
I mean, they HAVE to be Tim and Eric fans, right? RIGHT?? This CANNOT not be a joke.
always nice to see napples man exploring his knack for advertising
OK, since Spoonflower’s website never e-mailed me back on selling the Tim and Eric fabric I made, I’m just posting the patterns I used for the fabric. All you have to do is make a Spoonflower account, upload the pattern, and buy however much fabric you want.The patterns are made to tile seamlessly, so there shouldn’t be a problem with that. I hope you all enjoy making whatever it is you’re making with it!
Also, if you asked me to commission something out of this fabric for you, could you please tell me again, because I didn’t save everybody’s requests (oops!).
reblogging from myself because I know there are people that need to see this thing
Tim Heidecker joins us for what turns out to be a serious discussion about The Odd Life of Timothy Green. We talk about Timothy’s relationship with Baby Mila Kunis, the Titanic portrait drawing scene, and Common sizing up kids to be on a soccer team. Jason teared up once again, Tim genuinely likes the movie for what it is, and Paul & June didn’t enjoy it. Be sure to get your tickets for a special Valentine’s Day episode of How Did This Get Made? LIVE Feb. 13th at Largo!