Cartoons' anatomy

Animation was the format of choice for children's television in the 1960s, a decade in which children's programming became almost entirely animated.

These Icons are usually grotesquely distorted from the human form from which they derive.

Michael Paulus decided to dissect them like science does to all living objects - trying to come to an understanding as to their origins and true physiological make up.
Possibly to better understand them and see them in a new light for what they are in the most basic of terms.





















asked by kingToad in Articles | 211936 views | 01-29-2008 at 10:48 PM

sweet sally mallassy! they are great!
great idea.

answered by Guest | 10-22-2009 at 06:20 PM

Strange, strange stuff
Wow. These are very creepy. Great job nonetheless

answered by Guest | 10-25-2009 at 07:08 AM

We like it , thanks so much.

answered by RS Efsun | 10-25-2009 at 03:24 PM

Great Stuff
I would love to jump Betty Boops bones!
I thought Shmoos didn't have bones?
Anyhow, all joking aside, these were great!

answered by Mueleski | 10-28-2009 at 02:51 AM

Photoshopped. You can tell by the pixels.

answered by Guest | 11-02-2009 at 07:05 AM

This is very cool. It doesn't matter if it is photo shopped. The results are great. These would look great printed as canvas art.

answered by Guest | 11-03-2009 at 11:12 PM

Photoshopped?????!!!!!???? For one, it's not digital. Two, if it freakin was, does that make it less artistic? Most of my favorite art is based more in concept than implementation.

Whether he used watercolors, ink, his own blood, or "photoshopped" it is irrelevant... It's good.

answered by Ryan | 11-04-2009 at 06:29 AM

I love you stated "you can tell by the pixels" whether or not, whenever you scan an image it is converted into pixels. plus if you expand said image past its normal resolution the pixel per square inch has lessened therefore the pixels look larger.

answered by Guest | 11-05-2009 at 11:37 PM

obvious troll is obvious.

answered by Guest | 11-08-2009 at 01:39 AM

Very Clever

answered by Guest | 11-08-2009 at 12:44 PM

Shmoo
In L'il Abner, the Shmoos didn't have any skeletal structure.

answered by Guest | 11-09-2009 at 05:44 AM

Wow
I'm surprised people didn't realize that the original "Photoshopped" comment was a joke.... a PARODY of those types of people that think all photos are Photoshopped. Get a clue, people.

answered by Guest | 11-09-2009 at 11:14 PM

Very clever indeed. I'm happy someone else was able to notice this image was photoshopped. Good eye for pixels too, I almost missed them, but yeah... they're definitely there.

answered by 3D ACID GLASSES | 11-11-2009 at 05:34 AM

Hey everyone, I love these pictures.
All the cartoons that I loved from my childhood are represented here.

answered by Guest | 08-22-2011 at 11:56 PM

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