While each director had his own style, it would appear that even the animators in each director's unit would have their own styles as well - in terms of how the characters look, how they move, and other factors. Some of these are quite easy to spot, some time more practice. Several animators worked at WB during the 'Golden Age' - did they all have their own distinctive mark? How can their work be spotted? From what I can tell, these are some of the most noteworthy: Rod Scribner - known for wild, shape-changing character animation Virgil Ross - very smooth with appealing character designs Emery Hawkins - Splashy movement Ken Harris - Skilled and very expressive and lifelike. Ben Washam - Gives Bugs pointy teeth. What are the others?