Classic animator, Virgil Ross, who is best known for his distinctive style, character personality and fluid animation, recreates the true sense of animation in this multiple image limited edition series entitled, the "Sequential Series." This art was inspired by the 1949 Warner Bros. cartoon, "Bad Ol Puddy Tat." In this image, Tweety attempts to escape Sylvester by sliding down a clothes line. Finding that the line is attached to Sylvester's tooth, he figures out a way to foil the smug Sylvester out of an early lunch.
This edition was created from original Virgil Ross pencil drawings, the edition is hand-inked, hand painted and individually number in an edition size of 500 with 50 artists proofs. Backgrounds are lithograph printed on museum quality stock. Each piece is hand-signed by Virgil Ross.