Sketch It-Up is an American animated television series created by animators Butch Hartman and Seth MacFarlene. The series is a parody of sitcom series featuring the characters as a parody of many stock characters in different styles in animation. The show aires in Nickelodeon in 2012 and it is deemed as "Drawn Together for Kids".
The show was picked up for the second season which aired in February 4, 2012. As the first season used digital paint and ink, the second season used entirely flash-animation from Adobe Flash Professional to make Spunky's animation more realistic and due to low-budget conserns.
The theme song is similar to the theme song for the series "South Park".
Nine cartoon characters must live together in a mansion for a year to win a big cash prize of $1 million each. The show features interviews and confessions from the contestants via camera room, replays were appear to show funny moments and music videos will be presented (mostly from famous artist and somes originally made).
- Lazy Dude: A couch-potato, lazy and ignorant parody of Superman and other superheroes, with a visual style taken from the cartoons of Bruce Timm and Max Fleischer. He inhailed from the villaige "Pork Creme Village" who was the world's famous laziest man. Lazy Dude's sidekick died from a car accident. Lazy Dude always the use phrase by reminding the characters and the audiences that they are not superheroes like him. He is voiced by Diedrich Bader.
- Princess Diedre: A pampered and spoiled princess who is a parody of Disney princesses such as Ariel fromThe Little Mermaid (1989) and Belle from Beauty and the Beast (1991). Diedre is mostly the bait of many fatal dangerous situations due to her cuteful nature. She is voiced by Grey DeLisle.
- Sassy Frassasac: A gorgeous and sexy dancer from the 1920's who is based on Betty Boop. Her main color is black and white and she loves being attracted and being loved. She is actually 92 years old stated by her creator in the second season premiere. Sassy used to have a brother named Pokeye, parody of Popeye. She also has an iffinity for cake. She is voiced by Jennifer Hale.
- Geezer Whizzleweets: An animated caricature of blues singer, Burl Ives but has an animation similar to that of Dr. Seuss' works, even speaking in the Seussian language. Geezer is the oldest of the gang and loves singing, despite his nearsightness. Geezer usually speaks in rhyme, due to the Seussian language requiring to talk in rhyme. His appearance are based on the Sneetches and the Lorax and his father owned a company that made clothes from trees like the Once-Ler. He is voiced by Taj Mahal.
- Chi-Chi Naminaga: A Japanese girl spoof of Sailor Moon with a combination and attitude of Sakura Haruno who wears a sailor fuku-type uniform, wields a super pink sword and speaks in pseudo-Japanese gibberish known as "Japanish" by the folks with English subtitles. She is called an "Ethan" by some strangers because she's half-Ethan, an Asian alien species. Chi-Chi is famous for singing many songs and loves acting like a cat as she has a pet cat named Miumiu. She had a bad relationship with her boyfriend (a parody of Ash Ketchum) because he kept on capturing innocent creatures. Her father is overprotective (based on Ryu from Street Fighter). She is voiced by Janice Kawaye.
- Spunky Lucha: Based on John Kricfalusi's George Liquor character, he is a full American flash cartoon character who loves commiting mischaf and dilemmas with other people. He also shows some parallels with crude, flash drawn late-night cartoon characters, such as Adult Swim's Master Shake (Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and Zorak (Space Ghost Coast to Coast and The Brak Show). His surname is named after "Mucha Lucha!", the first television series animated fully with Adobe Flash. He is voiced by Dana Snyder for the pilot episode and John DiMaggio for the series.
- Thorvlan von Katarot: A parody of bishōnen video game and cartoon heroes, particularly Link from The Legend of Zelda but with a strong resemblance to Ren from The Pirates of Dark Water. Thorvlan is a narcissistic video game character who enjoys himself in the mirror. He spoke in Shakespearian English at the beginning of the episode to prove everyone that he is brave but reveals that he's mostly a coward. Thorvlan has a princess who lives far away and gets excited by receiving points which are actually plastic rings from vending machines and cheeseburgers. He is voiced by Mitchell Musso.
- Woodwin Stinknose: A bizarre children's show character in the mold of SpongeBob SquarePants with many of the typical reality-defying behaviors as seen in the Looney Tunes cartoons and the Tex Avery-directed MGM animated shorts. He is known for his happy-go-lucky nature, childlike innocence and famous winged shoes. Woodwin is an inventor who makes numerous inventions that resolve the main plots for each episodes. His catchphrase is "Still think being (object) is cool?!". He is voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Dr. Forkenstein: A mad scientist who is based on the artwork of Jhonen Vasquez' Invader Zim. He speaks in a voice similar to that of Peter Lorre and makes mutants for Woodwin to use for his purposes. In the second season, he was eliminated from the contest due to an explosive incident. He is voiced by Maurice LaMarche.
- Clem: A hulking, sugar obsessed, bodyguard of Handsome who's animation is similar to Brendon Small's Home Movies TV series and co-creator Seth MacFarlene's Family Guy. He appears less often due to his mighty nature. He is voiced by Geno Segers in the pilot episode but left due to being hired for The Funny Face Show, and is voiced by Thurl Ravenscroft (only recordings).
- Handsome Bodacious: The host of the sitcom series, Sketch It-Up. He only appeared in the first two episodes of season one introducing the characters and presenting them their house and is the narrator for the rest of the series. He is voiced by Larry King.
- The Awesome Boys: Four children that are based on and feature a similar animation style to the characters in South Park, even sporting the quirky-talking style.
- Korey Krustofski: A Jewish child (Alien in English dub) who is based on Kyle.
- Ethan Carmen: An overweight troublemaker who is based on Eric Cartmen.
- Sted: A young boy who is based on Stan Marsh.
- Kyle: A kid in a hooded jacket who always gets squished. Based on Kenny.