Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends Closes Up Shop

offers a swan song for the departing crew from Craig McCracken’s Cartoon Network series Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. With 54 episodes behind them (many animated by Dublin-based Boulder Media), he wraps up the 5+ years he spent at the studio with a parting gift – a 6-page PDF tutorial of how to animate Bloo. I know I’m not alone in saying that Eric’s Emmy-award winning crew helped raise the bar of what Flash animators could do and will do in years to come. Happy trails, Foster’s team!

6 Comments

  1. Aaw man!
    I’m going to miss this show. :(

  2. It was a blast to work on and ended way too soon.

  3. This is a great parting gift. Thanks for sharing and thanks for posting.

  4. I followed the tute and as a relative noob to Flash I learned a few new things! Thanks.

    I agree that Forster’s home is so much better than most Flash series out there. There is a great sense of energy to the show. It’ll be missed, even though I only got to watch it every now and then.

  5. plexipixie March 15, 2009

    sadness… well, at least it went out with a rickroll bang! *kapow*

  6. Fosters gave me my break into professional animation, first two seasons were a steep learning curve! Great show, i’m sorry to see it go.

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