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Archive for March, 2009

The School

March 31st, 2009

Fanboy and Chum Chum School (Front)

Front and rear, by Caesar Martinez and Chad Woods. What’s the name of the school? Anyone?

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Meet Eric Horsted

March 30th, 2009

Eric Horsted
Eric Horsted

This week the arrow on the interview spinner points to staff writer Eric Horsted, who was kind of enough to stop making with the funny long enough to answer a few questions the blog.

Frederator: Where did you grow up?

Eric: In the vast suburbs of Houston, Texas.

Frederator: Did you not only sing, but dance just as good as you walk?

Eric: Absolutely. I was the funkiest white boy on the Texas Gulf coast. My bell bottoms could’ve housed all five Jacksons.

Frederator: What was your favorite cartoon growing up?

Eric: I loved all the old Warner Bros cartoons. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, etc. Hilarious and smart!

Frederator: Did you go to school for screenwriting?

Eric: I went to film school and focused more on production. The one screenwriting class I took was more about formatting than anything, so I favored creative writing and English classes.

Frederator: What was your first writing credit?

Eric: It was on a short-lived Delta Burke show [Read more…]

“Viking” Color Scripts

March 27th, 2009

For even more Chad Woods color scripts from episode #117, “Viking”, see his interview from Groundhog’s Day.

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“Sigmund the Sorcerer” Storyboard

March 26th, 2009

Episode #133. Written by Eric Horsted. Board by Niki Yang and Eddie Trigueros.

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Meet Alan Chow

March 25th, 2009

Alan Chow

I first met Alan Chow when he was working on Tak and the Power of Juju and I accused him of being the guy who never flushed in the men’s room. Turns out I was wrong. (Heh. Sorry, Alan.) Here are a few quick questions with Mr Chow, performing one of the most thankless jobs in the cartoon food chain.

Frederator: Where did you grow up?

Alan: Cerritos, California.

Frederator: What was your favorite cartoon as a kid?

Alan: Tom and Jerry.

Frederator: Where did you go to school and for what?

Alan: Cal State Fullerton. Major was Entertainment Art/Animation. So I’m fortunate enough to say that I’m working in the industry that I’ve always wanted to.

Frederator: How did you get your first job in the cartoon business?

Alan: My internship at Cartoon Network in summer of 2005 opened up a few doors for me. But I didn’t get a real job in the industry until January of 2007 at Film Roman. [Read more…]

More of Oz Comix

March 23rd, 2009

Oz Comix

By Caesar Martinez and Chad Woods. See more here.

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“Separated Desks” Storyboard

March 20th, 2009

Board by Octavio Rodriguez, written by Scott Kreamer.

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“Chicken Pox” Props

March 19th, 2009

Props from episode #115. From top to bottom: sheep guts, camera, popcorn, egg flag.

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Character Line-Up

March 18th, 2009

Fanboy and Chum Chum Revised Line-Up

Character line-up. Click here for a VERY LARGE version.

– Eric (Homan)

“Fangboy” Color Scripts

March 17th, 2009

Color scripts by Chad Woods.

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