When the real and cartoon worlds collide, the results can be varied, from Jessica Rabbit making adolescent boys want to do terrible things to her, to the terrible thing known as Alvin and the Chipmunks. Get yourself on a collision course with an even goofier-looking version of yourself, thanks to the gifted animators at You-Toon.
Set up in East Falls, You-Toon's happy to tell any (work-safe) story from your life via a fully voiced, multi-scene, music-backed animated movie -- a business idea stemming from a video made by the owner when he couldn't find a better way to propose to his gf, so one can only imagine the sweet-ass flipbook he sent to her dad asking for her hand. Your conversion to 2D starts with a face-to-face or phone consult, during which you'll relay your story and let them figure out how to draw you, before they craft some quick-sketch storyboards so you can see how the film'll progress and how they're planning on representing you, at which point you can request changes like "I actually drive a Geo Metro, not a Chevy Metro" or "Can you make my johnson bigger?" Designs finalized, they'll get to work fleshing out the storyboards, getting everything colored correctly, finalizing the scenery, animating your actions, and adding any background music you like (even the licensed stuff, like that Seven Mary Three song you were just thinking of), plus your very own voice clips, so viewers watching your animated surgery chronology can hear you ask "Can you make my johnson bigger?"
When everything’s finished, You-Toon'll throw you the finished hi-def files in QuickTime, also what you called the scintillating 30 seconds you spent locked in the bathooom after watching Who Framed Roger Rabbit.