Tex Avery

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Tex Avery was an American animator, cartoonist and director..

He is responsible for the creation of funny animal icons such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Droopy Dog, characters that to this day inspire furries everywhere. His cartooning style challenged cartoonists to break the mold of realism and do the unimaginable.

Along with animators Bob Clampett and Chuck Jones, Avery defined the style of a Warner Bros. cartoon and influenced cartoonists and furry artists for generations to come. Avery was also responsible for a short-lived series called Speaking of Animals, which featured a revolutionary concept of animating lip movement to live action footage of animals.

Today, Avery is widely recognized by the modern animation and film communities. His influence is strongly reflected in modern cartoons such as Ren and Stimpy, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs and The Simpsons.[citation needed]

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