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That's one of the coolest thing I've ever seen.
hahahha hilarious! what a great daffy drawing!
hahahahah!! AWESOME!! what's this for? have you drawn any others?
Ryan keep it on the down low, but it's for a new secret project the name of which cannot be devulged at this time. I must have misspelled divulged.
Whatever it is, I'm excited! I love Daffy!
Jim, if the word on the street is correct, I think i know what it's for and i'm a glad you're apart of it. I'm sure all the work you're doing on it is going to be kick-ass!
David you have a way of cheering me up.
James, Daffy is the most funnest character with the exception of Beaky Buzzard, Porky, Pete Puma, etc. Daffy went through more changes than any other character.
love this color sketch!
Funniest picture of Daffy in over 50 years. Secret project ? Is this another revival attempt ?
Thank you Jeremy and Rick - welcome to the old feed store and blog.
Rick, actually it's so secret I'm not allowed to know about it. We are doing some new Looney Tunes for TV with all the old gang.
You're working on the Looney Tunes now!? Hot diggity daffodil. THis is going to be FANTASTIC! By the way, hilarious drawing. You draw a very appealing Daffy. I love it.
Glad you're aboard Jim. I pray everything that's good in pre-production will end up on screen.
Thanks Weirdo I hope it lasts for awhile so I can save some money and get a house and do stuff like that. I never get tired of theses characters but would love to finish the Testaclese comic. It's only 12 pages but is taking forever.
wait it this looney tunes thing serious or is everyone joking....
Sorry Nubian, I know it all sounds like a joke but we are doing new Looney Tunes. That sketch was just a doodle from an idea from a concept based on a treatment... there I go again being semi-funny. The show is really in production - this is my first week on staff. It is the original characters , not Tiny or Toony or Loony, though I did work on the early Tiny Toons and it was a blast. Many of the people who went to Spumco were on that show, including: Bob Camp, Lynne Naylor, Chris Reccardi, Jim Gomez, Eddie Fitzgerald, Mike Fontanelli, Rich Pursell, and many more.
I hope this time Warners will exploit the Looney Tunes as characters with individual personalities and not just talking heads spewing catch phrases. I think the only revival that was done decently was the Greg Ford produced films and shorts during the late 80's to early 90's. Greg understood very much was, and is, a fan of these characters and has genuine respect for them.
Rick I am not holding my breath, but there's always hope.Your comments are most welcome.
Hey Jim,I am an animator and I've been a big fan of the Looney Tunes (especially Daffy) for quite some time.I would love to be involved in this production in anyway possible. Are there opportunities for this project? Here are two links to my work.http://jimgrueportfolio.blogspot.com/http://jimgrue.blogspot.com/search?q=daffyThanks for always inspiring me.
Actually James I know very little about the openings here, I am trying to get some work for friends and fellow artists but it's slow. Try the website for WB there's a site with job listings but offhand I don't know the name of it.
Thank you so much Jim!
SUFFERIN SUCCOTASH!this is amazing! i just saw it on cartoon brew and popped over! DEFINITELY the first thing i've seen that feels like it could be from a looney tunes cartoon since...the 40's? ha!great work! i hope hope hope they're going to animate this in house if they produce this stuff. and if there's any way to work on it like inbetweening or coffee guy or whatever i'd totally move to la for it. geez louise.awesome work man!smomotion.com
I cannot wait for this.Seriously. Hnnnghhh heart attack
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