So I talked a bit about working on this show in my earlier five posts about it (which should be easily findable here on the site). The last two seasons are now on Netflix, which means I can finally show my storyboard revision work from those episodes!
As I mentioned before, my work kind of has an unintentional “tell.” You can usually spot it by the “non-photo blue” underdrawing, unless the director chose to remove it. I’m only including a sample of this new work here with this post. You can find even more in the Harvey Girls Forever! section of my Storyboard Revision portfolio, on the Galleries side of my site.
One fun aspect of these last two seasons was that we got to bring Richie Rich (“The Poor Little Rich Boy”) into the show, as part of our regular cast. With Richie’s resources, that opened up a whole lot more story possibilities, and things got even wilder!
It was a real privilege to be selected to work on this project, as one of the first revisionists they hired. The initial draw for me was getting to revisit these characters I remembered from Harvey Comics, in a form that was slightly updated for modern audiences. But as with anything in animation, that’s only part of what makes for a good experience on a show. I also got to meet and work with some very talented folks, all of whom brought a little of themselves to the project. They all had a part in making this show the unique and special project it was.
Much love and respect always, fellow Harvey Kids!