The Magic of Animation

crackmccraigen:

Disney has officially announced the pick up of Wander over Yonder Season 2 !!! The season was green lit back in February but we couldn’t talk about until they made the official announcement. 

Now that they have, I can say that we have lots of exciting new things planned for this season! Lots of new characters, lots of new planets, and lots of new challenges for Wander, Sylvia, Hater, and Peepers to deal with including a new villain who rivals Hater’s position as the greatest in the galaxy!

We were picked up for 22 half hours, 4 of which will be full 22 minute episodes that form one long story arc. The other 36 cartoons will be traditional 11 minutes that stand alone but also loosely relate to the longer arc.

We’re really having great  time putting this season together, we’ve got some really funny episodes in the works and the dynamics between our main characters continues to evolve.

Wander Season 1 is going strong on Disney XD and we still have lots of more S.1 episodes slated to air throughout the year!

Thanks for watching, and if you love Wander as much as we do, please spread the word!

Craig
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crackmccraigen:

Disney has officially announced the pick up of Wander over Yonder Season 2 !!! The season was green lit back in February but we couldn’t talk about until they made the official announcement. 
Now that they have, I can say that we have lots of exciting new things planned for this season! Lots of new characters, lots of new planets, and lots of new challenges for Wander, Sylvia, Hater, and Peepers to deal with including a new villain who rivals Hater’s position as the greatest in the galaxy!
We were picked up for 22 half hours, 4 of which will be full 22 minute episodes that form one long story arc. The other 36 cartoons will be traditional 11 minutes that stand alone but also loosely relate to the longer arc.
We’re really having great  time putting this season together, we’ve got some really funny episodes in the works and the dynamics between our main characters continues to evolve.
Wander Season 1 is going strong on Disney XD and we still have lots of more S.1 episodes slated to air throughout the year!
Thanks for watching, and if you love Wander as much as we do, please spread the word!
Craig

warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.
warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.
Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.
It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.

warnerbrothersforever:

hanna-barbera-land:

warnerbrothersforever:

These are some of the earliest designs for Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble, drawn by Hanna-Barbera superstar artist Ed Benedict.

Ed was the one who defined the early look of HB, working within the flat, graphic, “cartoon modern” style which was used quite a bit in the 50’s, the best examples of which would be UPA’s theatrical shorts and Ward Kimball’s “Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom” for Disney.

It’s interesting to see this iconic character start to take shape. You can learn more about Ed Benedict at John Kricfalusi’s blog.

John K. has a reputation for being curmudgeonly, but I appreciate his fondness for Hanna-Barbera, who I obviously feel to be unfairly maligned.

John K. is the Sith Lord of animation. I know people who have worked for him, and apparently his standards are impossible. But, he is a genius when it comes to his own work, and his blog posts on early-HB stuff are invaluable.