Monday, July 1, 2019

6 Unique Facts Behind SpongeBob Squarepants Cartoon

6 Unique Facts Behind SpongeBob Squarepants Cartoon




I wanted to believe that everyone knows SpongeBob's character in the cartoon series "SpongeBob Squarepants". All must know this cartoon character. Even not infrequently many adults are also addicted to watching episodes by episode. However, there are still many who do not know about some of the stories behind its creation. 


I did write about others Spongebob Squarepants fact on another blog post. However, there are still many facts about this cartoon series and I will write about it one by one in the future!



Here are 6 unique facts behind the cartoon "SpongeBob Squarepants"




#1

SpongeBob's character was created by Steve Hillenburg, a marine biologist and former science teacher who then continued his studies to an art school to study cartoons. Like SpongeBob, Hillenburg once worked as a cook at a seafood restaurant.






#2

Hillenburg, who really likes to draw marine life, thinks that sponges are "the strangest" creatures of all creatures on this earth. But he felt that the form of a lumpy sponge was not right for the character he wanted to create. A sponge that sank into the water turned out to look perfect, so clean and so square, like SpongeBob that was visibly innocent and not hip.






#3 

SpongeBob lives in a pineapple house because pineapple is a common motif in Polynesian crafts. In addition, Hillenburg thought that SpongeBob "liked" his house with pineapple flavor. while smear is a very important sense for marine animals.





#4 

SpongeBob was originally named SpongeBoy. However, it turned out later it was discovered that the name had become a trademark (legally owned by another person).






#5

Squidward only has six legs, but he is still an octopus. The creator thinks if the character has eight feet, as it really is, it will make him appear too burdened.






#6

Tom Kenny, who dubbed SpongeBob's voice, said that the laughter in his character was intended to make the audience remember the sea. This is based on the distinctive sound of calls to call dolphins, which are the sounds of seagulls.

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