I'm beat. I really want to draw something, but my director gave me a butt load of scenes to finish, so I can't. Maybe I shouldn't had accepted the extra work, I had a choice to decline! haha. Well I guess thats animation for ya, do well enough and your superior will like you more and when I say that, I meant your gonna get a lot of work. Its not a bad thing, more work means more pay which is good. Though it also means I don't have much time for personal works.
If you guys are wondering whats the name of the show were working on, It's called "Julius Jr.", a preschool animated television series, which I think currently airs on Nick.
update: Guess someone will probably ask so I added this.
I work as an animator for the show and it is currently my full time job. The studio I work for is called TopDraw Animations. They did animations for the old cartoon shows like Tom and Jerry, Flinstones and the likes.
If your wondering what shows they're currently working on here's a list