In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Baby Road Runner From Looney Tunes in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Baby Road Runner From Looney Tunes - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about Baby Road Runner from Looney Tunes
The Road Runner is a “Looney Tunes” character, who first appeared in “Fast and the Furry-ous”, alongside Wile E. Coyote, in 1949. In almost every appearance, The Road Runner is shown outsmarting Wile E. Coyote while he tries to capture and eat the bird by any means necessary. The Road Runner always outsmarts The Coyote, and Baby Road Runner is no exception. Baby Road Runner is a cute toddler version of the regular Road Runner, who is chubbier and shorter than the adult version.
Did you know?
- The real road runner bird is the fastest-running ground bird.
- The Road Runner’s iconic “Beep beep” is noticeably higher-pitched when he is a baby.
- In some cartoons, Baby Road Runner is shown to be the son of the actual Road Runner.
- It is never specified where the cartoons take place, but they all have the appearance of the American Southwest.
- Sometimes Baby Road Runner is shown running in a baby walker, although it doesn’t affect his speed.
The Road Runner’s cartoons are well known for using very specific “cartoon physics”, which usually are in favor of The Road Runner. Some common examples of this are: Staying suspended in the air for a moment before falling off a cliff, running “into” a painting of a tunnel or street, and explosives triggering only when it is the most inconvenient.