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Red Rocket Farm is an art and animation studio in Atlanta, Georgia. It is run by Jason Thomas, whose designs, cartoons, and animations are featured throughout this website. Jason is the author/creator/artist of Free Drawings for Total Strangers – a live experience/webcomic, as well as Story Town, a story designed to keep you company all day.
At Red Rocket Farm we make paintings, t-shirts, motion graphics, animations, and a mean chicken noodle soup. We also run a fully operational screen printing shop, with Jennifer Teeter at the helm.
If you are interested in purchasing some pretty awesome (if you don’t mind us saying) paintings or t-shirts, check out the Red Rocket Farm Store.
If you are interested in seeing examples of what we do, just click around. We hope you like what you see!
Red Rocket Farm is an art & animation studio that Jason Thomas created because he wanted to make Cradle Me, Sky and wanted a way to finance it. We sell paintings, t-shirts, and other merchandise based on his designs. The people who purchase art from us, give love, encouragement, tell people about us, and the people who have worked impossibly hard here, make all this possible.
The best way to support us is to order merchandise from our store. This is a tremendous help, and keeps us going, financially. Another way to help is to get the word out there. Use your computer machines to link to us, share us, and let people know about Free Drawings for Total Strangers and Cradle Me, Sky. It really helps.
It’s a regular web-comic that Jason draws for a person, in front of an audience. He asks a couple of questions, then draws a comic which incorporates the answers in some way. Jason creates forty to sixty FDfTS cartoons a day when he is appearing at shows.
Throughout the year, Red Rocket Farm travels all over the United States, selling paintings and t-shirts at Sci-Fi Cons and Art & Craft Festivals. Wherever our booth is set up, if Jason is there, he does FDfTS. You can see where we’re going, and if Jason is booked for that show, on the Event Calendar.
Some questions: “What was something that traumatized you as a child?” “What was a food you used to love, but don’t anymore?” “What is something you’re really good at?”
Jason draws around 300 FDfTS cartoons a month, and only one per day is chosen for FDfTS. It may be the weirdest, the saddest, or maybe it’s about an animal that hasn’t been drawn in a while… but the drawings that are published are the thirty (give or take) a month which stand out. If yours doesn’t make it online, it’s not because you answered the questions wrong, or that your cartoon isn’t special, or that you didn’t smile right. There are cartoons which are really awesome that Jason doesn’t choose for a variety of reasons that have nothing to do with that awful sweater you were wearing. Seriously.
That’s fine. Jason will draw for you anyways.