I had to share our song from last night’s episode of Phineas and Ferb (“Just Our Luck”). John Mathot and I were so honored to write a song with musical artist, Linda Strawberry! I just love her vocals and instrumentation on the final product so much. We were happy to have her be a part of the show. Thank you Linda!
If you’d like to see Kent Osborne and me talk about creating stories and original content for animation, check out “How to Tell a Short Story”, presented by the good people of Frederator!! You’ll get to hear insight into the story process for both Adventure Time, and Phineas and Ferb, as well as creating your own stories. If nothing else, tune in to see Kent in a headband.
SO Aliki, What would Phineas and Isabella look like in the future when they are adults? And yes, I am asking for a request.
Well, this is in no way any sort of official drawing of what they would look like, or how Dan and Swampy would interpret them, but since you are asking me, I’d imagine Phineas would be some sort of brilliant but laid back engineer, and Isabella a super cool artist!
Ever wonder how the song “Zubada” in Phineas and Ferb’s “Tri-stone Area” got it’s name? It all started with Antoine Guildbaud, Celeste Moreno, and myself jamming and playing around with song ideas for the episode. We were inspired by songs like “Wimoweh" and "Stomp”.
Later it was decided that we do a caveman version of "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" instead, but you can still hear a little bit of what we came up with in the intro of the final version. The final was of course created by our fab composer, Danny Jacob.
Take a listen to this first demo Celeste, Antoine, and I did. You’ll hear Antoine’s addition of a “Zubada” skat. This made us laugh so hard..I’m so glad the song kept this title!
Click HERE to hear the final version that appeared in the show.
Fingers crossed that you could maybeeeee give us a little information on the status of the P&F feature? First it gets delayed, and now it's completely off the schedule without any warning or reason! What gives? (I weep!)
I just watched the 'Behind the Scenes' feature on Cartoon Hangover. Very good work on Doctor Lollipop so far - I'm sure I'm not the only one eager for more! You have a great cast for fantastic tales and everybody seems to be having a ball. Also, thanks so much for following me - I'm actually quite flattered.
Thank you so much for your kind words, and great write up! You write very well! I’m pleased to be a new follower :)
I just saw your interview on Toon Buzz, found your blog and followed! Im wanted to be in professional animation too. I grew up watching some of the shows you did and some of them probably motivated me to be where I am today. I hope to get in touch sometime.
Thank you so much for your kind words and the follow :)