Later though, he discovers that he can move, and everyone else calls him out for being "different.". In season 1, he has a slightly wobbly outline in certain scenes. He's also happy to help others, as seen in "The Void," "The Upgrade," and "The Slide," in which in all three he went great lengths to assist Molly, Bobert, and Rocky, respectively. Main Characters. This ego also makes him very sensitive, as seen in "The Meddler," in which he becomes an emotional wreck when he is told his cheerleading performance was terrible. In addition, a silhouette cat would be "hard to read" on the backgrounds planned for the show. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. His head and his whiskers are bigger, while his eyes are rounder. The corner of his snout can sometimes be seen bending down at a sharp angle. When not tamed properly, his ego can drive him to do some pretty jerky things. Gumball has arachnophobia, which is a strong fear of spiders, as shown in ", Gumball may have a fear of drowning, or perhaps, claustrophobia, as reflected in a dream where he hyperventilates and panics in a sinking car in ", Gumball's face is shown to be extremely malleable, as in ", Gumball is shown to be good at whistling, demonstrating his skill in ", The first time Jacob Hopkins could be heard voicing Gumball was in the ". (As seen in the ending credits)Artist Commentary:After 2 1/2 months, it's finally done!And again, I can't thank my Patrons enough for their great support!FAQ:Q: WHY ARE THEY HUMAN? Even his facial expression did not change, and he was always smiling. Gumball has appeared in every episode except for ". In Season 1, Carrie is a white, translucent ghost with a ghostly tail in place of her legs and a hairclip that resembles a skull with wings. D&D Beyond Her arms rest in front of her body and her hair covers her left eye, though sometimes it will swing over to her right. Originally, Gumball was meant to be a blue dog. black cats symbolize bad luck in European culture, https://theamazingworldofgumball.fandom.com/wiki/Gumball_Watterson?oldid=575638, Federico Bebi (voice) and Leonardo Caneva (sing) (Italy), Paolo Filio (season 1, only five episodes) / Isabel Martiñón (present) (Latin America), Omar Hakeem (Middle East, seasons 1 and 2 until ", Hassan Mahdi (Middle East, seasons 1–2, most of ", Fares Smerat (Middle East, the end of "The Kids" and the rest of season 3–present), Eduardo Drummond (Brazil, season 1 and 2), Jakub Zdrójkowski (Poland, seasons 2 and 3), He can play the ukulele and sing well, as seen in ", He apparently had his appendix removed and also kissed, Gumball's sweater was revealed to have been found by his dad in a sewage outlet in ", Gumball is terrible at catching things, as shown in ". The Amazing World of Gumball Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. He is quick to diffuse all sorts of quips towards others, ranging from fairly harmless to sometimes blunt and rude. Add new page. The decision was finally reached to have him blue, a decision that the show creator Ben Bocquelet liked, because he thought blue was not a color usually found on cats, and it had a "70's-80's Japanese mascot" sort of feel. GENRE: Anime/ComedyBased from the show \"The Amazing World Of Gumball\" by Cartoon Network Europe. Initially, he was flat and stuck in one pose like a cardboard cutout. The inside of his mouth is pink, his tongue is light pink, and his nose is orange. She normally has black ey… He made his first appearance in "The Sweaters" as an audience member at the tennis match, and made a speaking role in "The Extras. Gumball is also pretty optimistic. This is seen when he gets his friend some food, "hugs" him, and takes his friend with him when he flees the crowd. Games Movies TV Video. The Amazing World of Gumball Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. On his oversized head, he has six whiskers, but only five are visible most of the time. As demonstrated in episodes such as "The Stories" and "The Test," these snarky comments are impulsive. The human (real name unknown) is a minor character in The Amazing World of Gumball. The human seems to be a good friend, although not so smart (like the other cardboard-like human spectators). THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO BE ANIMALS OR FOOD OR OBJECTS!A: I have no answer to that, lolQ: What software did you used to make this?A: Photoshop, Clip Studio, 3ds Max, Substance Painter, and After Effects.Q: Was the animation done by a team or alone?A: Alone. Despite his mediocre academic performance, he can be surprisingly brilliant when it comes to formulating all sorts of mischievous schemes. Darwin tapping into his musical talents in "The Triangle" causes Gumball to have short-lived jealousy towards him before he realizes he is wrong. In season 3, Gumball's eyes are permanently round along with the rest of the Wattersons'. Characters. Gumball also has a fairly massive ego, which seems to be a fault of his. In "The Others," he is quick to reject Clare's notion of "no happy ending," only wanting to see her have a happy ending (no matter how forced it was). In general, Gumball is very protective of his loved ones. Not much thought was put into this choice as it was more of a placeholder than a final design. He usually wears grey trousers, coupled with a tan sweater, which has brown cuffs and a brown collar. Not much thought was put into this choice as it was more of a placeholder than a final design. Gumball is a very imaginative person. The creators found this trait to be too restricting in terms of possible plots and stories. In "The Promise," it is revealed that the name "Gumball" is just a nickname. When his family is financially suffering in "The Money," he reminds them of the joys of family and pushes them to be more optimistic. Gumball is in Miss Simian's class. As the creators developed the character further, they decided to make him a black cat, as it fit the personality they had in mind for him: unlucky, but optimistic (black cats symbolize bad luck in European culture). Despite his cynicism towards society itself, as seen in episodes such as "The Bumpkin" and "The Money," he is still fairly positive in what to expect out of people (though there are exceptions). Despite this, he seems to be slightly smarter and more daring than the other human spectators since no other human aside from him dared to try moving. He is brown-skinned with black hair, and wears a green shirt. Such a side may also suggest Gumball is smarter than he lets on, as hinted by his expansive vocabulary, cooking skills, and ukulele skills as well. Our brand new The Amazing World of Gumball official YouTube channel is here! (http://www.theamazingworldofgumball.com/)Episode: The TapeAnimation Breakdown: http://youtu.be/3l_wRyo_OxwComparison Video: http://youtu.be/-F4zQAUUFPwCredits:Animation: Mike InelAudio: Taken from the show itselfSupported by Patreonhttp://www.patreon.com/mikeinelA huge thanks to my 99+ Patrons for their support! Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. What if "The Amazing World Of Gumball" was an anime - YouTube When her teeth are visible, they are shown to be sharp and pointed. Gumball has a very sarcastic nature. This is seen when he gets his friend some food, "hugs" him, and takes his friend with him when he flees the crowd. Gumball (formerly Zach) Tristopher Watterson is the protagonist of The Amazing World of Gumball. She also has magenta and cyan lining around her, making her seem like a 3D anaglyph image. The human seems to be a good friend, although not so smart (like the other cardboard-like human spectators). In ". On multiple occasions, he is quick to go into a sort of "over-protective" mode whenever anybody tries to hurt his siblings, Darwin and Anais, as seen in "The Parasite," in which he tried to nearly poison Jodie when he thought she was hurting Anais, or in "The Rerun,"in which he aimlessly tried to attack Rob out of rage when Darwin died. https://theamazingworldofgumball.fandom.com/wiki/Human?oldid=567802. He has very wide hips, which is unusual because this feature is more commonly seen on female characters in animation. This side of him can be seen in episodes such as "The Plan," in which he quickly formulates a basic outline to he and his siblings plan to "save" their mother, and in "The Scam," in which he forms a crafty scheme that will allow him to cleanly heist the town's candy effortlessly. The creators found this trait to be too restricting in terms of possible plots and stories. As of "The Shell," Gumball is dating Penny. As the creators developed the character further, they decided to make him a black cat, as it fit the personality they had in mind for him: unlucky, but optimistic (black cats symbolize bad luck). His ego also explains his relationship with Alan; the fact that Alan is so effortlessly loved drives Gumball to expose him for being scummier than he lets on (which later turns out to be accurate). Originally, Gumball was meant to be a blue dog. Wikis. What the what? Category:Humanoid Characters | The Amazing World of Gumball Wiki | Fandom. One of his sharp canine teeth can also be seen hanging out of the corner of his mouth. In season 2, his design changes slightly. Like his mother, father, and sister, Gumball lacks shoes, and he is the only member of the Wattersons without visible eyelashes, although, in some episodes, he is seen with visible eyelashes, like in "The Refund" and "The Boss." Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The Amazing World of Gumball Wiki. Gumball has been shown to be a horrible liar on numerous occasions. He is a twelve-year-old, blue male cat that goes to Elmore Junior High, with his adopted brother Darwin and his four-year-old sister Anais. ", The human is drawn and animated like old cartoons from the 70s and 80s. 1,836 Pages. Despite this, he seems to be slightly smarter and more daring than the other human spectators since no other human aside from him dared to try moving. Although Gumball has six whiskers, only five of them are visible because of the angle of his head. His canine teeth are rounder and no longer present when his mouth is closed. In the actual show, Gumball is a light blue cat.