Squigglevision is a patented method of computer animation where the outlines of shapes are made to wiggle and undulate, which emulates the effect of sketched hand-drawn animation. Tom Snyder is the inventor of the technique, which his animation studio Soup2Nuts used in shows such as Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist and Science Court.
Home Movies Edit
On Home Movies, Squigglevision was used during the first season of the show, but however it was replaced with cheaper, more malleable Macromedia Flash animation starting with season two. The switch happened for several reasons such as scattered negative response to Squigglevision from both critics and viewers, limitations in regard of movement (fluid motion is scarce in Squigglevision) and the producers view of Squigglevision was similar to Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist and that Home Movies should develop its own unique style of animation.