1990’s NICKELODEON TELEVISION ROCKO’S MODERN LIFE ANIMATION ART
Production Drawings are the building blocks of animation; through these drawings, the animator carefully plans the look and movement of each character. Drawings are refined (often using different colored pencils) until the animator is satisfied with the look, detail, and degree of motion for each character. At this point, cels are created by tracing drawings onto clear acetate. Production Drawings provide perhaps the most intimate look in the animation process
- NICKELODEON & NICKTOONS 1993-1996 Cartoon Hit, Rocko’s Modern Life
- One of a Kind Animation Production Drawing
- Graphite on Animation Paper
- Includes Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from Nickelodeon Studios
- The drawing is unframed and unmatted animation paper (Size: 12 Field i.e. 10.5”X12”)
- Please Note: Drawings are embossed with the Nickelodeon Seal of Authenticity
- Please note: some of three of the bodies are copies that are then taped to the animation paper - this was done during production.
This drawing was used to make an episode of Rocko’s Modern Life
Rocko's Modern Life is an American TV animated series, the fourth of Nickelodeon's Nicktoons, created by Joe Murray and aired for four seasons from 1993 to 1996. The show was based around the surreal, parodic adventures of an anthropomorphic wallaby named Rocko, and his life in the city of O-Town. The program was produced by Joe Murray Productions and Nickelodeon Studios, and occasionally by Games Productions. The show is laden with double entendres, sexual innuendos, and social commentary, some of which have been edited in rebroadcasts. Rocko's Modern Life ended production in 1996.