Yesterday we wrapped up animation on the sixth and final season of Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. Three-and-a-half years is the longest I’ve worked on one project, and I’m glad to have had the opportunity to work with a group of such fun and talented individuals.
The dissolution of the crew is unfortunate in itself, but what’s really lamentable is how there are very few shows that are produced from start to finish, 100% in the U.S., with zero outsourcing. Foster’s ending means there is now one less. Hopefully the trend will swing the other way again before too long,