Since I’ve been so obsessed with those cheap Crayola watercolor sets recently, I decided to create a new set on my flickr page. You can see all my “cheap watercolor” pieces here.
Su’more watercolor pieces
2 responses to “Su’more watercolor pieces”
I am inclined to agree with Danks’ position that Clampett, more than Jones or even Avery, was able to blow wide open the possibilities of animation to reinvent reality and thumb its nose at every providian.com kind of convention. The first time I noticed this was Porky in Wackyland (1938), which is like a Luis Bunuel experimental short starring Porky Pig (inhabiting more of an Elmer Fudd square loser-type role).