Tuesday, March 01, 2011

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12 comments:

Steven M. said...

It's a shmae. Though the designs for some of the characters are ok, the others are pure shit, incliding Bugs's.

Alberto said...

Some of the designs aren't horrible, Bugs isn't the best though. I think the character designer Jessica Bourtski did an overall good job, in the hands of others it probably would of been a lot worse. Here's her blog: http://jessicaborutski.blogspot.com/

It's not the character designs that concerns me, but rather the story and dialogue. So far the only picture I've seen of Bugs is where he's making that obnoxious Dreamworks face.

Ricardo Cantoral said...

It's The Wonky Tunes son ! Fuck all that larger than life bull shit like going into space and being an outlaw in the old west ! Now they is going to class reunions and lying about who they are ! Fuck yeah, bitches !

Erik Robinson said...

HAHAAHAHAHAHAH!!!!
I love when spite creates great comedy.

toonamipod said...

I really liked the designs, but the final product looks like shit.

If someone had asked me who should design a new Looney Tunes show, I would have said David Gemmil, Rex Hackelberg or... Jess Borutski.

SteveLambe said...

Weird. I don't remember Jessica's stuff looking like Fairly Odd Parents.

toonamipod said...

That's very true, David, if the trend right now had been to make characters rounded and bulbous, Jess wouldn't have gotten a shot in a million trillion fucking years. Spike Brandt and Tony Cerveone are both hacks... why are they repeatedly entrusted with WB's most important franchise? First Duck Dodgers, now this crap.

-jorge garrido

cartoonretro said...

David- your drawings are some of my favorite on the internet.
Shane

Coonfoot said...

Aw dang. Not THIS issue again.

At least this isn't directed at the designs, which I actually enjoy. Thanks for clearing that up, David. I was afraid you'd gone the way of Cartoon Brew and started acting obnoxiously critical. I'm glad that's not the case, but I can't say the same for some people who posted here. (looking at you, toonamipod)

The fact is, it's just plain hard now to make the Looney Tunes like they were back in their glory days. Most of the geniuses who made the classic shorts aren't even alive anymore. As such, I enjoy any of the new stuff that's even close to keeping the spirit of at least the characters themselves. Sometimes, you just gotta live with what you can get.

Uncle Phil said...

Oh David! Silly kid, Rabbits are for tricks.

ALBERT PARDO said...

-yupp'

Laeluu said...

If it isn't flat, geometric and choppy-moving, it ain't modern animation! :D

But no, really, I wonder what the test groups are like for these guys.
"And what do *you* think, Billy?"
"I LIKE THAT FLAT ONE IT LOOKS COOL LIKE GUNDAMWOOAAHH"

 

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