Sunday, July 17, 2011

BGs From Boo Boo Runs Wild



Layouts by Eric Wiese, Vincent Waller and me.
Painted by Richard Ziehler-Martin


12 comments:

Manoeuver said...

the mere thought of those trees will keep me from going outside ever again. Awesome.

Isaac said...

These backgrounds are beautiful, but for some reason they go by unnoticed in the actual cartoon.

HemlockMan said...

How did your version of those HB toons ever get produced? I loved them. I saw them aired--once!--on TBS and then never again. My pals and I watched them with jaws agape. When the awe would wear off, we'd laugh. I have never again seen them since that one time.

Sandra Rivas said...

I finally saw that cartoon a while ago after searching around!

It was amazing!! Boo Boo's expressions blew my mind!

Carmine said...

Wow, what a treat to behold. Very nice :) .

xmax said...

Ren and Stimpy had some of the best animated performances on a TV budget ever seen. The jokes were good, the character development is top notch, and art is impeccable. The day Nick stole this show from John K. was the day it went down hill. Its the sign of a good actor that they actually made a TEAR JERKER episode about something as ridiculous as a fart. Like who else has that kind of skill in storytelling?

Joshua Marchant (Scrawnycartoons) said...

Hey all you people looking to watch this, there's a copy of it up on youtube but be quick because they usually get taken down.

I think 'Day in the life of Ranger Smith' is there too and the wikipedia page for 'BooBoo and the Man" has a link where you can watch it.

Super great BGs, the spooky woods one is the best!

mr paal said...

Wow! Thanks for posting these!

Kevin Langley said...

Fantastic backgrounds. I haven't watched "BBRW" in some time. I think I'll go do that now. Thanks for posting these!

Martin Juneau said...

Excellent background quality. I seen that cartoon somewhere years ago and the animation quality is very top notch and all of the Ranger designs helps perfectly to the mood of each sequences.

Steven M. said...

The amount of eye-candy in these paintings is unbelieveble.

Scott Cardona said...

whoa these are really inspiring.