More toss away character designs from (mostly) Chuck Jones cartoons. The whole right side is from “Touché & Go” a Pepe cartoon from 1957. The opening characters are fabulous, especially the street painter. His abuse of the dog in the scene didn’t age well, but the motion in the shots is incredible. While in “The Mouse on 57th street” from 1961, the two silly cops are my favorite bits. I love the body language all those characters have.

It’s sad that in the 60s when animation shorts were dwindling in numbers, that the level of care didn’t continue. The coyote shot is from one of those later toons, where a once expressive character, became little more than a Happy Meal toy in terms of articulation.