Created by: Gretha Rose, Sean Scott
Directors: Sean Scott, D.Campbell MacKinlay
Producer: Trapeze Animation Studios Ltd & Cellar Door Productions
50 x 2'
Trapeze Animation Studios Limited
Funny and fast-paced, Doodlez is edgy and irreverent, always playing with cartoon conventions.
Dood is a little guy in a big world. He is an everyman who can take on any role that is necessary to the situation and automatically adapts himself to any hat he is offered. He can be a baby dropped on an unsuspecting doorstep in one episode, and a prospective father trying to fend off a bundle-bearing stork in another.
He is a generally good-natured, if somewhat short-tempered doodle drawn by an omnipotent and unknowable Hand onto a blank page. As Hand draws more and more elements into existence, Dood is led by his overpowering curiosity into a misadventure that more than often results in pure cartoon carnage. When he comes out the other side, Dood may be broken, but his spirit never is.
Like any doodle, Dood doesn’t have a purpose beyond simple entertainment, it’s completely free and unpredictable. It will take you anywhere, anytime, in an animated world of undefined potential where normal rules don’t apply.
Situations include girl troubles, becoming a werewolf, being stuck in a picture frame, watering a sunflower, travelling inside a giant beast to get his lollipop out of its stomach, and many more.