Saturday, April 30, 2011

Disney Animator Herb Moore Contributes His Animation Shorts With Emerging Magazine

Disney Animator Herb Moore Contributes His Animation Shorts With Emerging Magazine

Nominated two times for an Emmy Award, Disney Animator Herb Moore contributes his animated shorts to Emerging Magazine. Herb Moore has been an animator for the past 20 years.
Herb Moore.

Herb Moore.


PRLog (Press Release)Apr 30, 2011 – Emerging Magazine is proud to announce Animator Herb Moore has become a contributing member of Emerging Magazine. The online magazine proffers individuals, professionals, services, talent and charitable organizations the opportunity to self-publish their work or talent.

The magazine opened its site to the public April 11, 2011 for the first time in its ten (10) year history. "We were not sure how the changes would effect the overall presentation of Emerging Magazine's ideals when we decided to change formats," says Managing Director, S. Rothe' du Bois of Emerging Magazine. "However, when you see professionals such as Herb Moore joining in, contributing to the magazine, you realize what you are doing is the right thing," Mr. du Bois continued.

Herb Moore recently told Animation News in an exclusive interview, "“I have been involved in animation for 20 years, it is all I ever wanted to do. But in the last 4 years, with the explosion of the digital airwaves I was able to do what I wanted to do, and that’s doing animated shorts strictly for entertainment purposes. My challenge is trying to get people to my website and finding out what they like and don’t like about my work.”

His profile and shorts can be viewed at Emerging Magazine, visit this link:

Herb Moore began building and constructing Animation Soup, his website with his own animations, about a year ago. Mr. Moore is credited with the following animations; Batman: Under the Red Hood, Animation Timer (2010), Phineas and Ferb (TV series) (supervising timing director - 7 episodes, 2009-2010) (timing director - 6 episodes, 2008-2009) (animation timing director - 5 episodes, 2008-2009), "The Simpsons" (9 episodes )

1. Homer Alone (6 February 1992) - background clean-up artist
2. Separate Vocations (27 February 1992) - background clean-up artist
3. Dog of Death (12 March 1992) - background clean-up artist
4. Colonel Homer (26 March 1992) - background clean-up artist
5. Black Widower (9 April 1992) - background clean-up artist
6. Bart's Friend Falls in Love (7 May 1992) - background clean-up artist
7. Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes? (27 August 1992) - background clean-up artist
8. Kamp Krusty (24 September 1992) - background clean-up artist
9. A Streetcar Named Marge (1 October 1992) - background clean-up artist

See more credits at

Herb Moore Emmy nominations include,

Outstanding Children's Animated Program
for: "Animaniacs" (1993).
Shared with:
Steven Spielberg (executive producer)
Tom Ruegger (senior producer/writer)
Rusty Mills (supervising producer/director)
Liz Holzman (producer/writer)
Randy Rogel (writer)
Kevin Hopps (writer)
Nick Dubois (writer)
Charles M. Howell IV (writer)
Earl Kress (writer)
Wendell Morris (writer)
Tom Sheppard (writer)
Andrea Romano (director)
Stephen Lewis (director)
Kirk Tingblad (director)
Mike Milo (director)
Nelson Recinos (director)
Russell Calabrese (director)
Dave Pryor (director)
(Warner Bros. Television).

and Emmy nomination, Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Animated Programs
for: "Phineas and Ferb" (2007).
Shared with:
Dan Povenmire (executive producer)
Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh (co-executive producer)
Jon Colton Barry (written by/story by)
Michael Diederich (written by)
Martin Olson (story by)
Zac Moncrief (director)
Robert Hughes (animation director)
Frank Weiss (timing director)
(Disney Channel).
For episode "The Monster Of Phineas-N-Ferbenstein".

Visit his animation website,

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