Adventure Time with Finn and Jake

A young boy named Finn and his dog Jake wander the world searching for ADVENTURE!

Party Pat

April 5, 2011

Party Pat - Special Pose

Phil Rynda designed Party Pat, based on a completely original idea, for “Belly of the Beast.”

Party Pat

Party Pat with Eye Sticker on Forehead

Party Pat with Rims - Lava Color

Party Pat - Bandaged

— Eric

More Characters from “Go with Me”

April 1, 2011

Jake & Lady Rainicorn with Rims - Kissing - Special Pose

The lead designer on “Go with Me” was Phil Rynda. Natasha Allegri and Andy Ristaino were designers. The character clean-up artist was Alex Campos. Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds were the color stylists. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director. The episode’s creative directors were Pat McHale and Cole Sanchez.

Elder Wolf with Rims Banana Guard

Marceline with Tentacles - Special Pose

Hot Dog Man & Popcorn Guy on Movie Screen

Drive In Crowd - Kissing - Special Pose

— Eric

"Go with Me" Characters

March 31, 2011

Finn Foaming at the Mouth with Rims

The lead designer on “Go with Me” was Phil Rynda. Natasha Allegri and Andy Ristaino were designers. The character clean-up artist was Alex Campos. Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds were the color stylists. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director. The episode’s creative directors were Pat McHale and Cole Sanchez.

Princess Bubblegum in New Dress

Marceline with Mohawk - Scary Face - Special Pose

Finn in Lute Suit

Jake as Royal Chair

Jake as Royal Chair Strumming Lute - Special Pose

— Eric

Pen & the Giant Jake

March 23, 2011

I guess it’s too big to call it “fan art,” but I told Pen and the Cartoon Net execs, this inflated Jake is the biggest actual thing —object— anyone’s ever done for a Frederator show.

The occasion was this morning’s annual network “upfront” presentation at Jazz at Lincoln Center in the Time Warner building in New York, where CN (actually, all the television networks have an overblown, expensive event like this; Nickelodeon’s was in the exact same location last week) tell the ad agencies what’s what at Cartoon for the next year.

The whole place was decked out AT (and Regular Show had some great love too). Now, we’ve got to keep up our ratings in the face of some big guns they announced for the next couple of years (DC Nation, How to Train Your Dragon).

Fred

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"Mystery Train" Character Art

March 17, 2011

Candy Conductor “Mystery Train’s” lead designer was Phil Rynda. Natasha Allegri and Andy Ristaino were designers. The character clean-up artist was Alex Campos. Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds were the color stylists. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director. The episode’s creative directors were Pat McHale and Cole Sanchez. Jake with Party Hat & Balloons Finn in PJs - Blindfolded Colonel Candy Corn Dr. Donut Finn Grabbing his Hat Ears - Special Pose Candy Conductor - Close up on Mouth Gelatin Man — Eric

Princess Bubblegum in Torn Night Gown

March 17, 2011

Princess Bubblegum in Torn Night Gown Another glimpse of 3/28’s episode, “Go with Me.” — Eric

A “Go with Me” Tease

March 16, 2011

C046S103_619C A new look for Marceline in “Go with Me,” premiering March 28. — Eric

AHHHHH!

March 15, 2011

C043S215_522C I like this art from last night’s “Mystery Train” real well: a special pose based off a storyboard drawing by Kent Osborne. AHHHHH! — Eric

The Five Stages of Roasting the Marshmallow Kids

March 11, 2011

Marshmallow Kid #3 From “Susan Strong.” The episode’s lead designer was Phil Rynda. Natasha Allegri and Andy Ristaino were designers. The character clean-up artist was Alex Campos. Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds were the color stylists. Pat McHale was the creative director. Nick Jennings is the show’s art director. Marshmallow Kid #1 with Rims Marshmallow Kid #2 - On Fire Marshmallow Kid #1 - Burnt Marshmallow Kid #2 - Gooey — Eric

Hyoomans

March 10, 2011

Panda Hyooman (Celina) with Rims - Firelit Color So the Hyoomans in “Susan Strong” presented a bit of a chore to art staff. Designer Andy Ristaino and color stylists Ron Russell and Simon Simmonds had to come up with four versions each of eight different characters: standard for when they’re in the cave; firelit; on fire; and with gills. Maybe we’ll see them again? Walrus Hyooman with Rims Rabbit Hyooman with Rims Lion Hyooman with Rims - Firelit Color Giraffe Hyooman on Fire Hippo Hyooman on Fire Snake Hyooman with Fish Gills Alligator Hyooman with Fish Gills — Eric