This Hollyrock-a-Bye storyboard from The Flintstones by Hanna Barbera Artist Bob Singer (#2) shows Wilma, Betty and their kids with THEIR kids! So much detail!
Hollyrock-a-bye Baby captures Wilma, Fred and family. Flintstones fans will love having this art used in the making of the film.
Signed by Hanna Barbera artist Bob Singer
Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby is a 1993 American animated made-for-television film based on the 1960s series classic, The Flintstones. It first aired on ABC on December 5, 1993. It is the sequel to I Yabba-Dabba Do! and is followed by A Flintstone Family Christmas, which aired less than two weeks later on the same channel. The movie has been re-aired on Cartoon Network and Boomerang usually as part of Mother's Day special programming. There are lots of great voice actors that star in this film, including Jean Vander Pyl as Wilma, Russi Taylor as Baby Pebbles, Mark Hamill as Slick, and Rachel Welch as Shelly Millstone. It also features vocal greats Ruth Buzzi and Megan Mullally!
Bob Singer (born 1928) is an American animation artist, character designer, layout and background artist and storyboard director of animated television programs, most memorably of several Hanna Barbara productions such as Scooby-Doo, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Jonny Quest, Yogi Bear, Droopy, Tom and Jerry, The Smurfs, and The Superfriends cartoons. Bob was born in Santa Barbara and raised in Santa Paula. He attended the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles and then worked at Carson/Roberts Advertising until 1956. It was then he entered the fledgling Los Angeles television animation industry. During his tenure there, he worked for such companies as Marvel, Hanna Barbara, U.P.A. Pictures, Shamus Culhane and Warner Bros.
At Hanna Barbera, he was the founding creator of their character design department, layout department head, and later became art director of publicity. He also served as a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California, and several local high schools. The Singer/Bandy Group was established in 1988, and for two years he designed coloring books, cassette covers, greeting cards, plush dolls, picture puzzles and illustrated children's books. Bob returned to Hanna Barbara in 1990 as a storyboard director and animation cel art designer.
Bob is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and has been for over forty five years. He currently enjoys creating animation artwork for galleries and collectors, and designing limited edition prints for Clampett Studio Collections. His personal appearances, lecturing and teaching about storyboarding and animation practices have been well received throughout the continental U.S., Hawaii, England, and Australia. The children's literature Studio Group "Studio 5" holds Bob Singer as their most senior member, and most valuable information and experience source.
He authored the animation storyboard book "How to Draw Animation Storyboards" in 1992.
Check out Bob Singer at the Artinsights' San Diego Comic Con 2013 panel "Legendary Animators of the Classic 60s", moderated by Leslie Combemale, here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSa8oJ5LuTU