This saved time for animators and made it easier to get artists and in-betweeners up to speed on how the characters should look.
Our exercise was to draw each of the Warners, but with a different expression- sad, happy and goofy. While they may not look like the polished creations you see on TV (they are on the HUB- Hasbro's channel- these days) you can tell the kids built each of their characters using the same starting model and adding accordingly.
|Goofy Yakko and Wakko and sad Dot by Preston!|
|Bored Yakko and surprised Wakko by Sam Peebles, age 12!|
|Warner expressions by Jack, age 16!|
|Brinton, age 13 gives us smiling Dot, sad Yakko and a goofy Wakko.|
|Sad Dot, happy Wakko and an exhausted Yakko by Maya, 10.|
|Suave Yakko, goofy Wakko, and sad/bored Dot by William Mimy, age 11.|