Chuck Jones and Chuck Jones Art

He was also a screenwriter, director and producer of animated movies. The animations he led contained a few of the most famous cartoon characters like Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote in addition to many more. One of his works of prominence was that the'Hunting Trilogy'. This exceptionally famous triptych included of Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning and Duck!

In 1933 Jones combined the individual studio Leon Scheslinger that created Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes for Warner Brothers. Initially linking as an assistant animator that he had been encouraged to animator in 1935. Jones also collaborated with Dr Seuss to accommodate several of his novels into animated type, most especially How The Grinch Stole Christmas! In addition, he led a campaign movie for Franklin D. Roosevelt called Hell-Bent For Election.
It was through the 1950s which Jones made his most memorable works. It had been from the 50's he made Pepe Le Pew, Wile E Coyote and Roadrunner. The Roadrunner animations are commonly regarded as masterpieces with production of kids raised .
Upon completing in Warner Brothers in 1962, Jones began his own business named Sib Tower 12 Productions which created animations for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Further down the line he started his own studio named Chuck Jones Productions which produced several one shooter specials while also focusing on several Looney Tunes related goods.
It had been in his later life during the 1980's and 1990's which Jones painted animation and parody artwork that was offered by his daughter through her firm Linda Jones Enterprises. Regardless of this change of attention Jones was still busy with onscreen work because he had been the character designer and creative consultant for a few Raggedy Ann revived specials along with also the very initial Alvin and the Chipmunks Christmas unique. During this period he continued to guide, most especially a very long sequence from the Stay Tuned movie that premiered in 1992; he directed the cartoon at the beginning of the Robin Williams movie Mrs Doubtfire.
Regrettably Jones passed away in February 2002 leaving a legacy of work that'll live on eternally. Chuck Jones art is still available now and is sought after by a army of enthusiastic fans.