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Post by loan133 on 11/15/2010, 10:41 pm

If you haven't heard, it takes 9-11 months to make a 11-minute episode of Spongebob. Our main question is, "How on Earth does it take that long JUST to create a cartoon?" Well here is our answer:

Before anyone can make an episode, the writers must come up with a premise and then an outline. (Example: Spongebob Enters the Krusty krab). In short, they have difficulty creating fresh ideas and story direction for the episode(S).
Once the outline is approved by the Executives, the Storyboard Directors are next down the line in the production process. This phase is part of what sets SpongeBob apart from other cartoons (for simplicity, I’ll just call those other shows “undesirables” from here on) because Storyboard Directors are expected to not only make the first “thumbnail” drawings of an episode (usually done on post-it notes), but also to write the majority of the dialogue. This gives the storyboard directors both artistic and creative influence over every episode of the show.
Once the storyboard directors have finished creating the first draft version of the episode, it's up to the Storyboard Artists to take those thumbnails and polish them into beautiful diamonds of wonder. In addition, the storyboard artists must adjust the board for timing, staging, cuts, and a host of other technical aspects that 4 years of college and many more years of student loan repayment can teach you.
Now several months has passed on the production schedule even with the board in a presentable condition aesthetically, there is still plenty left to do. For example, once they have a “clean” version of the storyboard several things need to happen:

1): They need to have a script written for the voice actors.
2): They need to schedule all the voice actors to come in and record the episode.
3): They must take the recorded dialogue and have our Animatic Editor create an Animatic (A storyboard that has been made into a black and white slideshow) and allows us to get an early idea of which sections are funny and which need to be rewritten or cut from the episode.
4): They need to have a Track Reader listen to the recording and write out phonetically what each word sounds like.
5): The Animation Director needs to take that information and start timing how long every single action takes to happen (i.e how long it takes Squidward's hand to reach SpongeBob's face when he's angry)
6): Their Character Designer, Prop Designer and Layout Supervisor must create any new designs or backgrounds the show has never seen before, which must then be either painted by our Background Painters or colored by our Color Key Supervisor.
7): Their overseas studio must take everything we have done so far and use that to animate every single frame of animation (meaning, draw every single individual pose that every character makes).
8: Lastly, each episode must then be submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society and sent to camp Anawanna for digitization.

Actually, I just made that last part up to see if you were still paying attention. The show really goes into the post-production phase at that point, but by now you should be getting a general idea of the immense amount of time, effort, and amazing talent it takes just to put together one episode of SpongeBob funny enough to face the ruthless judgment of children aged 2-11 (and every other age group that loves the show).

Hopefully, you found this brief explanation (yes, this was the brief version) of an episode’s production process at least somewhat less confusing than last week's episode of Lost. If not, don't worry; I don't really understand anything that happens on Lost either.

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Post by SpongeSebastian on 11/15/2010, 11:58 pm

I've read that before. I love how dedicated and enthused the crew is at their job. That makes up some of the best damn shows ever!


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Post by loan133 on 11/17/2010, 8:17 pm

this could use some replies...
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Post by jjsthekid on 11/17/2010, 8:18 pm

loan133 wrote:this could use some replies...

Be patient, replies will come. Smile

And yeah, I knew about that as well. But it is still interesting.


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Post by storytime7 on 11/17/2010, 8:29 pm

loan133 wrote:this could use some replies...


replies come when replies come.
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Post by SpongeSebastian on 11/17/2010, 8:59 pm

loan133 wrote:this could use some replies...
What am I? Chopped liver?

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Post by Steel Sponge on 11/17/2010, 9:54 pm

I just don't see why it was possible to make 280 episodes in 12+ years.


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Post by loan133 on 11/17/2010, 9:59 pm

They don't make 1 at a time.
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Post by SpongeSebastian on 11/17/2010, 11:42 pm

Yeah, I'm pretty sure the writers come out with outline, hand it over to the storyboard artists and start working on a new episode idea right away.


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Post by Metal Snake on 11/17/2010, 11:50 pm

SpongeSebastian wrote:Yeah, I'm pretty sure the writers come out with outline, hand it over to the storyboard artists and start working on a new episode idea right away.

Yeah, it would take forever to do one episode at a time.
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Post by loan133 on 11/20/2010, 6:57 pm

I'm just shocked that they don't even write script for the episode.
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Post by Doogle. on 11/20/2010, 7:41 pm

Wow.

I can just imagine the writers by Season 6...

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Post by tvguy347 on 11/20/2010, 7:55 pm

That's an awesome process...but I can't imagine spending almost an entire year working on a single episode.




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Post by loan133 on 11/20/2010, 8:29 pm

I wonder how long it takes to make a hour long episode...
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Post by that70sguy92 on 11/20/2010, 9:26 pm

Besides the Lost dissing, pretty cool.




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Post by Steel Sponge on 11/21/2010, 10:24 pm

loan133 wrote:I'm just shocked that they don't even write script for the episode.

THIS I don't get.


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Post by loan133 on 11/22/2010, 6:24 pm

Okay, you don't know what a script is?

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Post by Wumbology on 11/22/2010, 6:25 pm

loan133 wrote:Okay, you don't know what a script is?

He knows what a script is, he doesn't understand why you say they don't write their own scripts. Frankly, I don't either.


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Post by loan133 on 11/22/2010, 6:33 pm

Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:Okay, you don't know what a script is?

He knows what a script is, he doesn't understand why you say they don't write their own scripts. Frankly, I don't either.

Well, It didn't say they write scripts for the episode, but it did say they write scripts for the dialogue.

And how is that not understandable?
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Post by Wumbology on 11/22/2010, 6:41 pm

loan133 wrote:
Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:Okay, you don't know what a script is?

He knows what a script is, he doesn't understand why you say they don't write their own scripts. Frankly, I don't either.

Well, It didn't say they write scripts for the episode, but it did say they write scripts for the dialogue.

And how is that not understandable?
Your post wasn't that clear, is all. I get it now.


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Post by SpongeSebastian on 11/23/2010, 5:38 pm

Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:
Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:Okay, you don't know what a script is?

He knows what a script is, he doesn't understand why you say they don't write their own scripts. Frankly, I don't either.

Well, It didn't say they write scripts for the episode, but it did say they write scripts for the dialogue.

And how is that not understandable?
Your post wasn't that clear, is all. I get it now.
Basically, the storyboard is their form of a script. Instead of written stage direction, they have actual visual diagrams. Pretty much, they draw as they write.


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Post by Wumbology on 11/23/2010, 7:49 pm

SpongeSebastian wrote:
Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:
Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:Okay, you don't know what a script is?

He knows what a script is, he doesn't understand why you say they don't write their own scripts. Frankly, I don't either.

Well, It didn't say they write scripts for the episode, but it did say they write scripts for the dialogue.

And how is that not understandable?
Your post wasn't that clear, is all. I get it now.
Basically, the storyboard is their form of a script. Instead of written stage direction, they have actual visual diagrams. Pretty much, they draw as they write.
Ok, thanks for clarifying.


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Post by Dragiiin123 on 11/23/2010, 9:54 pm

SHUT UP LOAN I HATE YOU
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Post by loan133 on 11/24/2010, 6:23 pm

Gentile Mordecai wrote:SHUT UP LOAN I HATE YOU

Thanks for trying to start a fight. I just reported you.
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Post by Wumbology on 11/24/2010, 6:24 pm

loan133 wrote:
Gentile Mordecai wrote:SHUT UP LOAN I HATE YOU

Thanks for trying to start a fight. I just reported you.
He's not trying to start a fight, he just does that because he's dragiiin.


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Post by loan133 on 11/24/2010, 6:26 pm

well there was no need to insult me or offend me.

Edit: I find it hard to believe he was joking.
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Post by storytime7 on 11/24/2010, 7:17 pm

loan133 wrote:well there was no need to insult me or offend me.

Edit: I find it hard to believe he was joking.


No he really is joking. He does that to almost everybody, you'll get use to it.
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Post by BeachBob95 on 11/25/2010, 11:25 am

loan133 wrote:well there was no need to insult me or offend me.

Edit: I find it hard to believe he was joking.

One word: Dragiiin.
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Gentile Mordecai wrote:SHUT UP LOAN I HATE YOU
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Post by Wumbology on 11/25/2010, 6:13 pm

All right fellas, back on topic.


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Post by loan133 on 11/25/2010, 7:33 pm

Anyway, how long does it take to make a 30-minute special? Any guesses are neccessary.
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loan133 wrote:Anyway, how long does it take to make a 30-minute special? Any guesses are neccessary.
Six months?


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Post by loan133 on 11/25/2010, 7:51 pm

Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:Anyway, how long does it take to make a 30-minute special? Any guesses are neccessary.
Six months?

Guess I have to repeat myself:

It takes 9-11 months to create an 11-minute episode.
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loan133 wrote:
Wumbology wrote:
loan133 wrote:Anyway, how long does it take to make a 30-minute special? Any guesses are neccessary.
Six months?

Guess I have to repeat myself:

It takes 9-11 months to create an 11-minute episode.
Lol, sorry.

I'm going to guess 2 years.


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Post by Steel Sponge on 11/25/2010, 8:18 pm

So it takes 20-22 months to make a TV special?


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Post by SpongeSebastian on 11/26/2010, 5:15 pm

I'd say more than a year and a half to get from idea to airing on TV.


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Post by TarterSauce25 on 12/13/2010, 7:56 pm

I've always known it takes a long time, but WOW. These guys have to work!
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