Had so much fun tattooing this Chester the Cricket from “A Cricket in Times Square.” It’s definitely one of my favorite kid’s movies. This was from my book of ready-to-go, custom designs. I only tattoo a design once, so this guy is no longer available.
But, I have a ton of other drawings that are ready for adoption. Just stop by the shop and take a look at my book of designs, and let me know if you want one tattooed! #noomx#aztattooartist#evermoretattooaz#dankbuilt#cricket
“You're the Giant in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, aren't you?” Beanstalk Bunny | Chuck Jones |2007
This is a Chuck Jones limited edition depicting the 1955 Classic "Beanstalk Bunny" 📌 Head to the link in my profile!
“He trades me out of a perfectly good, grade A, homogenized Holstein cow, and for what? Three stupid beans! Jack, you're a jerk!” Based on the classic fairy tale, Bugs Bunny & Daffy find themselves at the top of a beanstalk facing a giant Elmer in Beanstalk Bunny | directed by Chuck Jones | 1955 📌 Tag a friend who 😍 a classic
Strolling around #SanDiego and I stumbled into the #ChuckJones Gallery! So cool to see some of his non-#cartoon work, as well as see some #animation cells. There was also a lot of trippy paintings by #DrSeuss unlike anything id ever seen by him. As well as a few modern takes on old cartoon (pictured: Ben Olson’s Bugasso). Apologies for not getting more pictures, my phone was dying and I had to get back for soundcheck.
Back in 1966, animator Chuck Jones adapted Dr. Seuss’ classic Christmas story into the most well-known Holiday special.
Featuring the voices of Boris Karloff and June Foray.
Singing Voice provided by Thurl Ravenscroft.
“My grandfather told me on numerous occasions that this was likely the greatest animation production he and his team created because of all of the elements coming together at the right time,” — Craig Kausen, grandson of Chuck Jones, CEO of the Chuck Jones Companies
Boris Karloff, Chuck Jones, and Dr. Seuss in “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” (1966) 📌 Which rendition of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” is your favorite?
“And now then, eager young space cadet, here is the course we shall pursue to find Planet X”
Duck Dodgers (with Eager Young Space Cadet) in Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century | Chuck Jones 📌 DM for details
Are you ready, eager young space cadet?
Space hero Daffy battles Marvin the Martian for control of Planet X in “Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century” | directed by Chuck Jones | 1952 📌 Tag a friend who 😍 Daffy Duck
Original graphite pencil production drawing or Elmer Fudd (Sir Elmer of Fudd) from Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court, 1978, hand-signed by Chuck Jones. There's a color note in blue pencil ("flesh 16") to the left of Elmer. There are production numbers along the bottom and a seal of authenticity from Linda Jones Enterprises.
Available for purchase- PM for info.
You're invited to a week of FREE events at the Hilbert Museum and on campus at Chapman University, November 10-17, celebrating the classic animated "Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (Chuck Jones version, 1966)! On Saturday, Nov. 10, join us at the Hilbert Museum for the grand opening of our "How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Chuck Jones and the Making of an Animated Classic" exhibition, which will run Nov. 10-Jan. 19. The opening celebration, on Saturday from 6 to 8 pm, will feature free hot chocolate and Who-treats, a chance to meet the collectors whose Chuck Jones drawings and original animation cels will be on display, and a kids' crafts area where children can learn to draw the Grinch. Admission to the museum and the opening celebration is free and open to the public. Free parking on top of the Chapman structure at 230 N. Cypress Street, about one block north of the museum.
On Wednesday, Nov. 14, be there on the Attallah Piazza (center of the Chapman campus) for the annual Chapman University WinterFest and Holiday Tree-Lighting. In addition to the usual live carols by Chapman and OCSA ensembles, live storytelling and an appearance and photo opps with Santa, we hear a big green guy might show up and try to cause trouble! Free admission; free parking in the structure under the football stadium.
And as a grand finale to Grinch Week, join us for a FREE screening of the Chuck Jones "Grinch" half-hour special on the big screen at Musco Center for the Arts, on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 pm, followed by a panel discussion on the making of the beloved special (would you believe it's now52 years old?! It's been broadcast on TV EVERY year since its original airing in 1966!). Experts on the panel include original animation director Phil Roman, current animation icon Chris Bailey, and the late Chuck Jones's daughter, Linda Jones Clough.Fun for all ages! Admission is free, but you must obtain a free ticket online at www.muscocenter.org or at Musco Center box office, or 844-OC-MUSCO (844-626-8726). #hilbertmuseum#grinch#drseuss#howthegrinchstolechristmas#chuckjones#chapmanuniversity#chapmanu#art#animation#animationart#cartoon#cartoons
The Hard Palate
This extract is from Chuck Jones book « Make your Voice Heard » which totally transformed my voice working with Emily Caigan. I call on this work when I need to be loud without hurting my voice. Please note this chapter is not to be done in isolation and is for advanced students who have already worked well and consistently in all other resonators.
The Hard Palate work ensures you ricochet the sound off the highest point inside the mouth creating maximum sound with minimum effort.
Safe use of voice comes first
Volume can only increase with correct placement and never with any pushing
Remember ease and flow
If you want help with this resonator please read about it and then DM me for information and suggest a quick phonecall or FaceTime session.
Hair-Raising Hare | Chuck Jones | One-of-a-Kind hand-painted museum exhibition cel of Bugs Bunny and Gossamer Marvin from the 1946 short by the same title.
Because nearly all production cels from vintage Warner Brothers theatrical shorts were thrown away, this cel was specially made as part of a Chuck Jones exhibit showcasing his work. 📌 DM for details