Renegade Animation was founded in 1992 with the aim of producing outstanding animation, providing exceptional service, and fostering a supportive and creative environment for its employees. The studio made its initial splash in commercial animation, and one of its first projects, the Nike Super Bowl spot "Aerospace Jordan", was one of the most successful commercials of all time. Since then, Renegade has extended its reach into episodic television, feature films, interactive games, and DVDs, as well as web and mobile content. A pioneer in animation for the internet, Renegade won an Annie Award in 2001 for its web series "Elmo Aardvark: Outer Space Detective." The following year, it made its first foray into television series production with "Captain Sturdy" for Cartoon Network. It also produced the acclaimed series "The Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Show," which ran on Cartoon Network for three seasons. The studio undertook its most ambitious project to date in 2006, teaming up with Easy to Dream Entertainment to produce Christmas Is Here Again, a full-length animated film featuring the voices of Ed Asner, Kathy Bates, Brad Garrett, Andy Griffith, Shirley Jones, Jay Leno, and Daniel Roebuck. The studio recently finished producing the second season of "The Mr. Men Show", which debuted on Cartoon Network and around the world in February 2008. Currently, Renegade is selling its new animated series, "Funny Face", based on popular 1960s soft drink characters.
Learn how Renegade Animation has pioneered digital 2D paperless animation with a unique all-Flash workflow—and a bunch of really great cartoons!
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