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Breaking Into The Biz, Part 2

How will you get your start in the animation writing game? Last issue, we spoke to three of Baboon’s team of award-winning scribblers, who each got their break using one classic ... Continue Reading →
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Breaking Into The Biz

It’s the first question on the minds of countless eager students and budding professionals: How do you get your start in the animation business? We’ve asked a couple of Baboon’s ... Continue Reading →
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Ask a Baboon Ask A Baboon – Issue #253

Putting More Spring in Your Springboard, Part 1 Think of your favorite episode of your favorite cartoon… Got it? Well, guess what – the perfect plot, the ingenious jokes: those ... Continue Reading →
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Ask A Baboon – Issue #250

Comedy Is When A Bird Hits A Pig … Twice Our writers explore the fine lines between slapstick, ... Continue Reading →
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Silent But Funny

Writing duo discusses the challenges of making people laugh without using dialog on Angry Birds Toons. Comedy is when a bird hits a pig — and Baboons are writing for them both. Yes, ... Continue Reading →
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Ask A Baboon – Issue #248

Jymn Magon: The Coolest Writer You’ve Never Heard Of? If you’re like me – freshly graduated and clawing a path for yourself in the tough, sometimes even cutthroat animation biz ... Continue Reading →
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Ask A Baboon – Issue #246

Do The Write Thing? Talents talk writing visually, the influence of concept and character art, and how to handle experimental scenes. So you’re breaking into the cartoon-writing racket. ... Continue Reading →
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Ask A Baboon – Issue #244

Birth of a Baboon Joe Vitale turns the tables on Mike de Seve and interviews him about his career in animation and how collective became a reality. Mike de Seve From Beavis and Butt-Head ... Continue Reading →
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Ask a Baboon – Issue #243

‘You’ll Never Work in This Town Again!’ You’ve been there. Your friends have been there. The guys at Baboon Animation have been there, too, once upon a time ... Continue Reading →
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Ask a Baboon – Issue #241

Baboon Animation’s newest shining star, the accomplished Susan Kim, has written for more than three dozen children’s TV series, including PBS’s runaway hit Peg+Cat, ... Continue Reading →
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