World of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons by Eric Homan, Russell Hicks
By Eric Homan, Russell Hicks
This publication was once produced as a catalog along side a gallery convey on the Museum of tv & Radio in ny urban, June 23-September 24, 1995. Produced by way of the Hanna-Barbera Cartoons Animation artwork division (by Eric Homan and Russell Hicks) it showcased the constrained version paintings the studio created over virtually forty years.
The Nineteen Nineties used to be the peak of recognition for ‘animation art,’ the unique construction cells, pencil drawings, and storyboards from vintage cartoons and flicks. although Hanna-Barbera had by no means stored its personal paintings, founders invoice Hanna and Joe Barbera signed ‘sericels’ (new, poster-like artwork wear celluloid, to recreate the sensation of an unique creation cel), and the studio grew to become a pacesetter within the marketplace.
After numerous years of rebuilding, the Animation paintings staff made up our minds to liberate this restricted distribution commemorative publication of its most sensible releases. purely a number of hundred copies have been produced in the course of a constrained construction run.
The 134-page full-color publication comprises paintings corresponding to storyboards, creation drawings, heritage paintings and version sheets from the vast majority of Hanna-Barbera's huge catalog of televised cartoons. indicates featured within the publication contain: The Huckleberry Hound convey and fast McGraw within the Fifties, The Flintstones, Yogi undergo, Jonny Quest, house Quest and The Jetsons throughout the Nineteen Sixties, Scooby-Doo within the Nineteen Seventies, The Smurfs & Snorks from the Eighties or even Pirates of darkish Water within the 1990s.
10 bankruptcy 1: The Birth
24 bankruptcy 2: Prehistoric best Time
68 bankruptcy three: upward thrust of the Hero Battalion
74 bankruptcy four: Scooby Doo & The Seventies
90 bankruptcy five: Smurfs & Snorks
98 bankruptcy 6: the subsequent Seven mins
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