Bob Scott is a veteran animator of over twenty years. The Bay Area cartoonist’s work has been described as “fluid, funny, old fashioned cartoon artistry” (The Tulsa Tribune) and his drawings and illustrations have appeared in various books including “Your Friend the Rat“ , “The Art of WALL-E” and “Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown.” He also took first place in the 1994 “Boston Comic News” yearly best editorial cartoon contest.
Bob’s animated short “Late Night with Myron” was called “Among the highlights” of the 1988 theatrical compilation film entitled “Outrageous Animation” by L.A. Weekly. His animation has been seen in numerous animated feature films such as Pixar’s “Toy Story 3” , “Ratatouille” , “WALL-E” , “The Incredibles” and Dreamworks Animation’s “The Prince of Egypt” among others. Bob also led the animation team on the Annie Award winning Pixar short “Your Friend the Rat“ and was part of the small animation crew for the Oscar-nominated “Day and Night.”