Animation and sound recording
Animation for the show is done by using Toon Boom Harmony, post-production work done in Adobe After Effects, and background art is done in Adobe Photoshop. Bardel Entertainment in Canada handles animated productions. Roiland’s cartoon style is deeply indebted to The Simpsons, a factor he admits in an interview in 2013, while also comparing his style with Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time) and J.G. Quintel (Regular Show): “You will see a slightly similar mouth and similar teeth, but I think that’s also a stylish thing … we are all the same age, and we are all inspired by The Simpsons and all other performances that we unconsciously watch Rick and Morty. “John Kricfalusi’s Ren & Stimpy performance is another powerful influence for Rick and Morty, therefore, according to Roland, the” little “w shape” sometimes characterized is a reference to similar expressions that are often made by Ren.While recording the dialogue, Roiland did quite a lot of improvisation, to make his character feel more natural.
Although there has been no official announcement of updates by Adult Swim, Dan Harmon spoke of the possibility of creating more than ten episodes per season, in an interview in September 2017, where he stated “I will do season 4 of Rick and Morty and want proving that I have grown up. “On October 1, 2017, similar to the second season, Mr. animated characters Poopybutthole reappears in the post-credit scene of the third-season end of the season and says that it will be a long wait until the fourth season of the show. Writer Ryan Ridley, in an interview in December 2017 with The Detroit Cast, said that he “strongly doubts” there will be no fourth season, but he does not expect it to air faster than late 2019. In January 2018, Adult Swim told Variety that “there is no time to share on premiere or production status