Fred Seibert's Tumblr

I produce cartoons and media networks.

Oh Yeah! Cartoons was our second big ideas cartoon incubator, spawning Butch Hartman’s The Fairly OddParents, Bill Burnett’s and Larry Huber’s ChalkZone, Rob Renzetti’s My Life as a Teenage Robot, and quite a few shorts I love that never made it to series.  (By the way, for those of you who are counting, we’ve inadvertently skipped a couple of of cards in this series. We’ll double back and pick them up over the next couple of weeks.) Executive producer and all around animation expert Larry Huber put together quite a crew, including artist Tim Biskup who did an incredible logo painting we appropriated a few times for postcards.  ….. From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. Fred Seibert Oh Yeah! Cartoons Created by Fred Seibert Cartoon Network premiere July 19, 1998 Illustration by Tim Biskup Series 21.5

August 5, 2013

Oh Yeah! Cartoons was our second big ideas cartoon incubator, spawning Butch Hartman’s The Fairly OddParents, Bill Burnett’s and Larry Huber’s ChalkZone, Rob Renzetti’s My Life as a Teenage Robot, and quite a few shorts I love that never made it to series. 
(By the way, for those of you who are counting, we’ve inadvertently skipped a couple of of cards in this series. We’ll double back and pick them up over the next couple of weeks.)
Executive producer and all around animation expert Larry Huber put together quite a crew, including artist Tim Biskup who did an incredible logo painting we appropriated a few times for postcards. 
…..
From the postcard back: Congratulations! You are one of 200 people to receive this limited edition Frederator postcard! www.frederator.com Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at the seed stages, on others over the course of entire runs and beyond. In every case, though, I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to be traveling in the cartoon cosmos. Fred Seibert Oh Yeah! Cartoons Created by Fred Seibert Cartoon Network premiere July 19, 1998 Illustration by Tim Biskup Series 21.5

Oh Yeah! Cartoons was our second big ideas cartoon incubator, spawning Butch Hartman’s The Fairly OddParents, Bill Burnett’s and Larry Huber’s ChalkZone, Rob Renzetti’s My Life as a Teenage Robot, and quite a few shorts I love that never made it to series. 

(By the way, for those of you who are counting, we’ve inadvertently skipped a couple of of cards in this series. We’ll double back and pick them up over the next couple of weeks.)

Executive producer and all around animation expert Larry Huber put together quite a crew, including artist Tim Biskup who did an incredible logo painting we appropriated a few times for postcards

…..

From the postcard back:

Congratulations!
You are one of 200 people
to receive this limited edition
Frederator postcard!

www.frederator.com

Over the past twenty years I’ve been involved
with a lot of cartoon series, with some just at
the seed stages, on others over the course of
entire runs and beyond. In every case, though,
I’ve considered myself gratified and thankful to
be traveling in the cartoon cosmos.
Fred Seibert

Oh Yeah! Cartoons 
Created by Fred Seibert

Cartoon Network premiere July 19, 1998 

Illustration by Tim Biskup 

Series 21.5

  1. someguyinabox reblogged this from fredseibert
  2. fredseibert reblogged this from fred-frederator-studios
  3. fred-frederator-studios posted this
blog comments powered by Disqus