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Sherm Cohen
Storyboard Artist
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Working out that SpongeBob Expression...
Dang it...I'm gonna get this expression right eventually. Even though I usually work on the Cintiq, it often takes good ol' pencil and paper to work out those poses.

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Cartoon Moderne UPA Style Doodle Page
Doodled while drooling over some amazing 50's animated commercials found on Steve Stanchfield's Thunderbean DVD "Mid Century Modern Animation, Volume 2" http://amzn.to/1RYdlVQ If you want to see the original cartoons that inspired these sketches, check out ...

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"Cartoon-Moderne" scenic designs from 1950's commercials by the Paul Fennell Studio
Here are some super-rare images of "Cartoon-Moderne" scenic designs from some 1950's-era animated commercials by the Paul Fennell Studio. Video from the Animation Resources membership website. More info here:  http:// animationresources.org/ join-animation-...

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Famous mid-century American urban regionalist painting? Actually, it's a Looney Tunes background by Paul Julian . The cartoon is "Golden Yeggs." Lots more by Paul Julian here: https://one1more2time3.wordpress.com/tag/paul-julian https://one1more2time3.wordp...

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An excruciatingly fantastic cartoon composition from Rocky and Bullwinkle!
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Yes, Patrick IS my favorite character to draw :)
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SpongeBob Diddly-Doodle


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Revengeance -- New Full-Length Hand-Drawn Animated Feature by Jim Lujan and Bill Plympton
Jim Lujan 's cartoons are mesmerizing, funny, funky and always created with his singular unique view of the world. Always an inspiration and just dang fun to watch! Up till now, Jim has been single-handedly creating animated shorts: writing, directing, and ...

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So I finally FINALLY got to see the SpongeBob movie in 3D! I had missed the studio screenings, and last weekend the local movie theater’s 3-D projecter died so I had to see it “flat.”. Anyway, I was thrilled beyond measure to see the movie in three amazing dimensions…the 3D really made it POP!
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