1990’s NICKELODEON TELEVISION REN & STIMPY PRODUCTION CEL DRAWING 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's 1991-1995 Smash Hit The Ren & Stimpy Show
- From Episode “Big Baby Scam"
- 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
This drawing was used in the production of REN & STIMPY
The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi. The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.
A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence. In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.