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Saturday, August 29, 2020

Wile E. and Daffy, by Eric

Ten years ago, in May 2010, I had the pleasure to host a couple of hand-drawn animation related workshops, under the Nemoland 2010 Award's programme, in Florence, Italy, along with legendary Disney/WB director and animator Eric Goldberg. At breathtakingly beautiful and at the same time almost intimidating places like Palazzo Vecchio and Liceo Artistico di Porta Romana.





However, the point I want to make here is not shamelessly bragging about hanging with Eric in Florence back then (what I already did, didn't I) but that Eric is a genius. He truly is. Which - finally - leads to these two line drawings of Wile E. Coyote and Daffy Duck done by Eric, here.

Looking at them feels like seeing Al Hirschfeld and Chuck Jones having a dance together.

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Ten years ago, in April/May 2010, I had the pleasure to host a couple of hand-drawn animation related workshops, under the Nemoland 2010 Award's programme, in Florence, Italy, along with legendary Disney/WB director and animator Eric Goldberg. At breathtakingly beautiful and at the same time almost intimidating places like Palazzo Vecchio and Liceo Artistico di Porta Romana. However, the point I want to make here is not shamelessly bragging about hanging with Eric in Florence back then (what I already did, didn't I) but that Eric is a genius. He truely is. Which - finally - leads to these two line drawings of Wile E. Coyote and Daffy Duck done by Eric, here. Looking at them feels like seeing Al Hirschfeld and Chuck Jones having a dance together. Image (c)WB/Eric Goldberg. All rights reserved. --- #EricGoldberg #WileECoyote #DaffyDuck #LineDrawing #AlHirschfeld #ChuckJones #NemoAcademy #Florence #NemolandAward

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