“I’m weddy for the wedding.” Ghostshrimp and Santino Lascano were the background designers on this one. Martin Ansolabehere and Sandra Calleros were the episode’s painters. Nick Jennings is Adventure Time’s art director, and the creative director is Pat McHale.
Archive for May, 2010
The last batch of backgrounds from “Witch’s Garden.” Ghostshrimp and Santino Lascano were the episode’s background designers. Martin Ansolabehere and Sandra Calleros were the painters. Nick Jennings is the art director, and Pat McHale is the creative director.
“City of Thieves” premieres tonight on Cartoon Network. The episode’s character designers were Phil Rynda, Natasha Allegri, and Tom Herpich. Mike Collins and Alex Campos handled the clean-up. The color stylists were Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director, and Pat McHale is the creative director.
“…And the extra bonus part of this is that i’m 28 years old! Just as old as Jake, which is old enough to know better than to tattoo cartoons to my legs! I love this show so much, it’s the best thing since calvin and hobbes, honest. Keep it up!” — Matt Gauck.
For more Adventure Time fan art, stop by the Adventure Time Tumblr page.
From Bobby O’Herlihy comes an amazing tribute to Finn and Jake! I’m a big fan of Bobby’s work, which you can check out here. Bobby will also be joining us this summer interning on the show. Congrats Bobby and welcome aboard! More Autumn Society tributes here.
NEW Adventure Time episode tomorrow at 8:00 PM!
Title card art credit goes to Phil Rynda for designing and Paul Linsley for painting, both under the supervision of art director Nick Jennings. [Read more…]
Goblin thieves, that is. From “City of Thieves,” which premieres this coming Monday night. The episode’s character designers were Phil Rynda, Natasha Allegri, and Tom Herpich. Mike Collins and Alex Campos handled the clean-up. The color stylists were Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director, and Pat McHale is the creative director.
Yeah, yeah. I know I just posted fan art, but tell me how I could not post these the minute I saw them.
Aemilius writes, “After seeing “My Two Favorite People,” I just had to make a Lady Rainicorn plush. She’s so cute!” Then, James Considine of James’ Internet Dropbox says, “Its not as rad as the moon, but these phones have faces on them.” Oh, but James, it’s even radder.
It’s been a while since we posted fan art, so here’s a boatload. Above, that’s Ariel’s take on Finn. She says, “Finn the Human made entirely out of eyeshadow! It took 657 eyeshadow items and 13 clips to make him!!! ALGEBRAIC!! I <3 Adventure Time! :D”
Below, Addie submitted this “wall mural via transparent transfer paper.” [Read more…]