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Here is a list of animation studios that have provided animation for BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.

Pilot pitch

  • Mr. Big Cartoons (location: Australia)
  • Freelance Animators New Zealand (location: New Zealand)
  • Anivision (location: South Korea)

The series

  • Film Roman (location: United States, until season 3)
  • Klasky Csupo (location: United States, until season 8)
  • Sunwoo Entertainment (location: South Korea, until season 2)
  • Wang Film Productions (location: Taiwan, until season 3; reboot)
  • Fil-Cartoons (location: Philippines, until its closure)
  • Toon City Animation (location: Philippines, replacing Fil-Cartoons)
  • Rough Draft Korea (location: South Korea, starting from season 2; reboot)
  • Thailand Cartoons (location: Thailand, starting from season 3; reboot)
  • Big Star Enterprise, Inc. (location: South Korea, starting from season 3)
  • The Bloo's animation units (location: South Korea, Australia, and Taiwan, starting from season 3; reboot)
  • AKOM (location: South Korea, starting from season 3)
  • Dong Woo Animation (location: South Korea, starting from season 3; reboot)
  • TMS Entertainment (location: Japan, starting from season 3; reboot)
  • Bardel Entertainment (location: Canada, starting from season 3; reboot)
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago (location: United States, starting from season 3; reboot)
  • Yearim Productions (location: South Korea, starting from season 3)
  • Yeson Entertainment (location: South Korea, starting from season 3)
  • Yowza Animation (location: Canada, starting from season 2)
  • Nitrogen Studios (location: Canada, starting from season 9)
  • BONES (location: Japan, until season 8; reboot)
  • Aardman (location: United Kingdom, since season 5)
  • Screen Novelties (location: America, since season 2)
  • 8PAN (location: Japan, since season 18)

Trivia

  • Episodes that are animated at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago are traditionally-animated. Prismacolor alcohol-based permanent art markers, Crayola markers, and Sharpies along with a pen are used to make the frames. After completing a segment, the teachers and students would then have to go over the frames and clean/ink them up, then go over them again to color them in, and then go over them yet again to shade them all in. Storyboards for episodes are sent to the school, and after the students and teachers have completed a segment, the storyboards and segment are shipped back to Bloo J for approval.
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