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Fanboy and Chum Chum

Archive for July, 2009


“Eyes on the Prize” Storyboard

July 31st, 2009

Written by Michael Caine. Storyboard by Tom King.

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“Prank Master” Color Scripts

July 30th, 2009

"Prank Master" Color Script

A trio of Chad Woods’s color scripts from episode #126.

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Eric Robles at Comic-Con

July 29th, 2009

Eric Robles at Comic-Con

That’s Eric and Jamie Kennedy, the voice of Kyle, above, signing posters. Boy, looking at these pictures, it’s kind of hard to believe Eric Robles would’ve come up with a character named Fanboy, huh?

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“Chimp Chomp Chumps” Title Cards

July 28th, 2009

Episode #113, formerly known as “PG Movie”. Artwork by Steve Lambe. See some early concepts by Steve here, via his blog.

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Fanboy Money

July 27th, 2009

Money Bill Model Pack

If you’ve ever wondered how we get paid here at Frederator.

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“The Incredible Chulk” Storyboard

July 24th, 2009

Written by Eric Horsted. Board by Lane Lueras. See the whole board right here.

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“Janitor’s Apprentice” Color Scripts

July 22nd, 2009

Half a dozen color scripts by Chad Woods for episode #125.

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“Fangboy” Title Cards

July 21st, 2009

Episode #112. Artwork by Steve Lambe.

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Fanboy Poster at Comic-Con

July 20th, 2009

Fanboy and Chum Chum Promotional Poster

Hey, are you going to Comic-Con in San Diego this week? Well, if you are, you’re nuts. And, if you’re nuts you’ll want to swing by the big Nickelodeon booth (#4113) at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday to schmooze with Mr Eric Robles, the famous creator of Fanboy and Chum Chum. If you’re real nice, he’ll even sign one of these exclusive posters, above, for you (image not to size!).The poster was roughed out by Eric and rendered by the Nick CG department before Chad Woods colored it and added the effects.

– Eric

“Secret Shoppers” Paintover

July 20th, 2009

Here’s a paintover by Chad Woods from episode #116, “Secret Shoppers”. Chad says,

“A paintover is when you add something that’s missing in the final rendered shot that wasn’t modeled or built in cg. In this case the final rendered shot did not include the mayo and chili that Chum Chum is referring to. So, in this case I had to create assets that would fit seamlessly and be comped back into the rendered shot.”

Thanks, Chad.

– Eric