Yes, that is the face of Cookie Monster in someone’s pasta. Please RT.
The photos include voice recording sessions with Mel Blanc (Barney) and Alan Reed (Fred), photos of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera with their families, photos of the both of them working with writers, artists, and lots candids of all the various people who worked at the studio at the time. This is an amazing and unprecedented look into what it was like making cartoons in this time in history, really the find of the year for animation enthusiasts.
Above are only a couple. We see an female inker working on a cel of Fred, another photo of an inker working on a cel (at her home!), animator Carlo Vinci animating a scene, Bill Hanna having a barbecue with his family, and a few of the studio workers who had formed their own bowling league, “the Yogi Bears”.
One of my favourite shows:
One of my least favourite shows:
Do you see my problem
Ren & Stimpy Model Sheets/Reference (Part 3)
Ren & Stimpy Model Sheets/Reference (Part 2)
Ren & Stimpy Model Sheets/Reference (Part 1)
Original back cover art by Don Martin for Mad magazine #250, published by EC Comics, October 1984.
now this is what i like to see… if i’m gonna buy some fancy new Strong Product i wanna see it beat the weaker version of itself into total useless garbage…… its called innovation and i’ve never been so happy to be a capitalist…
Fred Flintstone, as drawn by Ren and Stimpy creator, John K.
hey guys I know where you can have Dashcon!
you can tell a movie is going to be a shitty, forgettable comedy when the font they use for the movie’s title in advertisements looks