Um, I think there's also a thread on this forum where you can post some of your own fan art. I think it would be great to see what you consider "well-drawn" ... or particularly "well-animated" if you could post a clip. Et cetera etc cetera ... You might also want to check out the very old thread (I can't find it anymore, maybe one of the Administrators can point us to it) where Kennedy Cartoons is raked over the coals. Since I can't find it any more, I can't blame anybody for reviving the subject in a new thread. But what was discussed in that thread is that Kennedy is a very good artist, and at the time when he did the Tiny Toons shows, he was under the impression that he was setting the drawing style, the way he did for "A Pup Named Scooby Doo." By the time Spielberg decided he didn't like the Kennedy style, all those shows were already finished or in production. They don't look like the other shows, but we consider them "bad" only because of a late style decision. Had things gone the other way, we'd all be making fun of the TMS and Akom shows instead of Kennedy - and they would be equally innocent. For my last little counter-rant, I want to point out something about the picture below: "Wrong in so many ways." Perhaps you'd like to post the correct way to draw Montana Max when he's zipping off frame. But before you do, you might want to grab some frames off the "Leopold" sequence of Chuck Jones' "Long-Haired Hare," a classic Bugs Bunny cartoon. See, the thing is, those drawings are meant for motion effect, not for static framing. If you want nice static images to post on a message board, you should limit it to comic book images - which were meant to be looked at for as long as you care to. The image above was meant to be seen in a sequence of drawings, during which it would be on screen for 0.08 seconds. So we should agree that those images were never meant to be scrutinized - but let me reiterate, it certainly wasn't because the artist couldn't draw. It was because he/she did know how to animate. Anyway, we're all learning, right? Peace.