1990’s MTV LIQUID TELEVISION BEAVIS & BUTTHEAD CEL 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.
- MTV'S 1993 Smash Hit Cartoon BEAVIS & BUTTHEAD
- One of a Kind Animation Production Drawing
- Graphite on Animation Paper
- Includes Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from MTV Studios
- The drawing is unframed and unmatted animation paper (Size: 12 Field i.e. 10.5”X12”)
- Please Note: Drawings are embossed with the MTV seal of authenticity.
This cel was used to make an episode of BEAVIS & BUTTHEAD
Beavis and Butt-head is an American animated television series created by Mike Judge. After the success of Judge's short film entitled Frog Baseball, which starred the characters Beavis and Butt-head and was featured in an episode of Liquid Television, the cable television channel MTV signed Judge to create a series with the same characters. The series aired from March 8, 1993 to November 28, 1997.
The show centers on a pair of teenagers, Beavis and Butt-head, who live in the fictional town of Highland, Texas. They wile away their time in sarcastic conversation, fantasizing about sex and masculinity, although they have no real-world experience with either thing. They attend Highland High (based on a real high school in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Judge grew up) and occasionally work at part-time jobs, putting as little effort as possible into everything they do. They survive their misadventures without serious consequences, and with a generally contented, though critical (not apathetic) worldview. During each episode, Beavis and Butt-head watch and make fun of two or three music videos.