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Discussion in 'The Nicktoons Forum' started by Ghostbuster, Sep 13, 2017.
Butch is posting animated pilots on his YouTube all this week:
Shouldn't these on their own thread though? I know Hartman made these, but they have nothing to do with the Fairly OddParents.
Not sure, I posted them here as I thought it was a catch-all thread for Butch Hartman's products. :/
I didn't realise at first, but Family Fusion is an unaired pilot for Nick.
If I can say one thing about him, Butch is nothing if not persistent.
Made a separate thread for Butch Hartman's non-FOP stuff. Any future animation he makes that doesn't involve FOP can go here.
Butch has really gotten more involved in social media, I surely enjoy his enthusiasm and his art as well. Though for the most part these are all good pilots but really let's hope they stay that way, just after most of his projects they all are better as this than shows, based on his track record.
Yeesh, some of these are better off as one-off shorts or cartoons fit for his network, but none of these would make for good shows.
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Butch has released a sketchbook on Amazon, which includes sketches from Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom, and Bunsen Is a Beast http://amzn.to/2yfaAww
I don't know, the Imaginathan thing seems like it would make a nice show - nothing long-running, but good enough for one or two seasons.
Butch has a new podcast, Speech Bubble
Butch Hartman (creator of Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom on Nickelodeon) hosts ‘Speech Bubble’ with the Robin to his Batman, Jace Diehl! Topics range from cartoons to movies to what Butch had for lunch yesterday. No matter what he talks about, it’s always guaranteed to be awesome!
Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2g3EGvH
Google Play: http://bit.ly/2xqNIKB
Sorry for the double post..
Butch Hartman has partnered with Pocket.watch to create and produce three new animated series for kids alongside pocket.watch CEO, and former Nick exec Albie Hecht.
The series, already in development, include one idea based on Hartman's own creation, another developed directly from an original idea from pocket.watch's existing development slate, and the third featuring the kids from popular YouTube family of channels HobbyKidsTV, named pocket.watch's first creator partner in April.
In addition to his production slate, as part of his non-exclusive three year deal, Hartman will also be named Senior Creative Consultant, responsible for providing creative input into pocket.watch's digital channels, creator partnerships and premium content.
It's currently unknown whether this will affect FOP or Bunsen.
Apparently even Hartman is a fan of Bendy and the Ink Machine, because he's recently drew a picture of Timmy in classic cartoon style along side with Bendy.