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Blue Bloo

Would you believe that it was a good deal harder to draw Bloo, then it was to draw Blue.

I had the raptor on the first try, but had to redraw the imaginary friend three times to get him in the neighborhood of right. 16 more words


Psychoanalytic Theory and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

The American cartoon Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is one that we can look at in terms of Psychoanalysis. Foster’s Home, created by Craig McCracken, aired on Cartoon Network from 2004 until 2009. 521 more words


Kimpossible & More In Most Missed TV Animations (According To Mannie)

Y’all remember those days, when TV Cartoons were still the BOMB-DIGITY!? Well, I do! And although a few of them today are cool, they still don’t beat the old ones. 464 more words

According To Mannie

Daily Prompt: Imaginary Friend

“Many of us had imaginary friends as young children. If your imaginary friend grew up alongside you, what would his/her/its life be like today? (Didn’t have one? 

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Bloo (DrawingManuals)

There is a great blog on WordPress full of great manuals on how to draw everything from Doraemon to cartoon tigers!

You should check it out at… 52 more words


Nostalgic Tv Episode 5: Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends

In this series we see a world where  imaginary friends live side by side with humans. Just imagine that! the story is set in an orphanage for the outgrown or abandoned imaginary friends where they stay until adopted by another child. 421 more words

Nostalgic Tv

Review: Super-Secret Crisis War: Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends One-Shot

In between each issue of IDW Publishing’s Super-Secret Crisis War, a miniseries telling the action-packed tale of a myriad of Cartoon Network characters altogether in the same story together, is a one-shot crossover issue that spotlights properties that didn’t quite make the cut. 372 more words