Apocalypse Lane: Behind the Scenes

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Behind the Scenes

Meet the show creators and see how each episode is produced from start to finish.

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ah dude, weak

also a very cute baby

nice to get an insight. cant wait for season 2! although would like to see where the humongoid robot went....

it always freak me out to see the person who voice cartoons (i still remember when i found out that bart is voiced by a woman), but other than that it was alright, although your daughter playing whit the computer was a little to "the proud new dad" for me.

Awesome video. Also, nice stunt with the camera at the end. I thought it was going to be a regular upwards pan for a moment.

Very neat! Always cool to see how things are done!
And your daughter is just adorable.

groundedcrow:
ah dude, weak

Really? I thought it was kinda cool to have a look at what they did. It was pretty funny watching them do the voices.

Neat, now I know what you guys look like. Its was also pretty cool showing us how you guys make an episode.
Can't wait for season 2.

Also that baby is just adorable.

I love it when you see people doing the voices the voices from cartoons, it's so surreal.

Five days to animate!? Damn. I thought it took a way a shorter length of time to do the animation.

I'm glad there was something here, as I forgot it was a break between seasons.

I liked this, love seeing voices/faces behind characters and knowing what programs are used satisfies my geekyness.

My first thought was ugh, a behind the scenes video, but right after that I realized, a behind the scenes video!

Excellent series, can't wait till Season 2. Most importantly, thanks for sticking through, your first few episodes were rough, but it payed off.

Multi-Kill:
Five days to animate!? Damn. I thought it took a way a shorter length of time to do the animation.

It all breaks down to this.

Day 1: Recording and Audio Mixing

Day 2: Drawing any new elements for the episode.

Day 3: Lip Syncing all the characters.

Day 4: Animating all the characters.

Day5: Compositing, rendering, and completing the final edit.

Sometimes things take longer depending on the certain episode but that's the gist of it. So technically it only takes 2 days to "animate" but the entire production process does take a week.

That was a very entertaining Behind-the-scenes show! Normally those types of things are really boring; I usually stop watching them about half-way through, but you guys go across the important steps and facts about the process while it still being funny. Bravo :)

At first I was like "dammit no episode this week" then I was mildly amused by the casual humor that was thrown in 4/5 for this ep.
Also the Obama clan sounds intriguing.

I really like Apocalypse lane :)!! Bring on season 2!!
Oh and that kid was cute ^^

So was that your daughter Jon?.

Christ man, your teaching a new generation to have your humour?, I mean that's admirable, you know wanting to creep out future generations.

Your a forward thinker, I like that.

D'AAAAWWWWW LOOK AT THAT BABY

I always love seeing these behind the scenes things- its fun to get some insight on the creative process. I hope all of your work goes well on season 2, and Jon, your daughter is adorable =).

I remember the first episode comments, at first I was unsure about it but found some of it funny. Then the second episode sealed the deal for me, I've watched all of them since.

That baby is great. :)

The baby will be the next cast member, watch, I called it here!

Just about every series here has had a rocky start, cept maybe ZP,

Jon Etheridge:

Multi-Kill:
Five days to animate!? Damn. I thought it took a way a shorter length of time to do the animation.

It all breaks down to this.

Day 1: Recording and Audio Mixing

Day 2: Drawing any new elements for the episode.

Day 3: Lip Syncing all the characters.

Day 4: Animating all the characters.

Day5: Compositing, rendering, and completing the final edit.

Sometimes things take longer depending on the certain episode but that's the gist of it. So technically it only takes 2 days to "animate" but the entire production process does take a week.

Thats sounds much more reasonable.

Filling in the week between seasons with a Behind the Scenes episode? Full of win!

Damn. That Baby had talent !

That was Funducational....Yes i did just say that.

Ah, was 27 the last episode of this season then? Got it into my head it was 28 for some odd reason.

Ah well, loved this little insight into my fave escapist show!

Jon, are you complying with all child labor laws in your area? Also, is your new "animator" included in your concept meetings?

Aww a couple of months for more? D:

I liked that " we made the first episode and it was very exiting..then we read the comments "
I Remember seeing the first episode not really knowing what to think.
episode 2 cracked me up pretty hard and when episode four hit with the monster date i was laughing so hard that it hurt.
I'm glad yall kept going with the show !
can't wait for season 2

Who works on mouseass?
Also is it just me or does Mrs. Franklin creaper thing fell like something pulled from little big planet? (somewhere near the halloween mexican levels)

hey jon "i'm poor and sick and 'ungery" what do you guys do on days 6 and 7?

Really enjoy watching behind the scenes (and outtakes) in general. Baby at the end was hilarious.

Apocalypse Lane is the escapist show i like the best i can't wait for the second season.

Bryan's a dad?
Neat.
BTW, who does the voices for Twitchy and Big Pete?

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