One of the first things I learned when I was a little kid was to draw most of the Warner Bros' cartoons characters created by Chuck Jones. I wish I could have seen these videos by the master himself, because drawing cartoons is hard, despite how easy it looks.
I also learned to draw most superheroes when I was a little kid, looking at the work by Jack Kirby, Neal Adams, John Buscema or George Perez. I wish they also had videos like the ones with Chuck Jones, because they are a pleasure to watch.
The only thing that makes me sad watching this is realizing once again that Warner Bros.' cartoons—which represent some of the most amazing examples of pop art and comedy of the 20th century—went brain dead after Jones and the rest of the classic team retired. Now, excuse me while I take a break to watch Rabbit Fire.
Daffy Duck, always my favorite as Duck Dodgers.
Pepe! Oh mon amour!
Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner, kings of the absurd.