This week on an all new episode of the Podwits podcast, the boys do a show about them prepping to do a show while at the same time, doing a show. Sound confusing? Well imagine being a part of it! They chat about concepts of time and exactly what the heck the Podwits are doing when […]
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Last year, I was lucky enough to meet Martha Sigall, the 96-year-young former inker and painter who worked in what some consider the golden age of cartoonmaking in Hollywood. You name it, she worked on it, over the past eighty years. I had the opportunity to sit in on a Q&A with her, and then […]
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Hello there fellow Podwitian’s! It as been a long time in coming, but here is the promised conversation with Animation Legend Bob Singer! The man was unbelievable and such a sincere, friendly and warm person. Working in the heyday of animation and being a leading pioneer at Hanna Barbara studios, he certainly has seen it all. Mr. Singer worked as […]