In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Gossamer From Looney Tunes in 6 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Gossamer From Looney Tunes - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about Gossamer from Looney Tunes
Gossamer is a character that appears in minor roles in many Looney Tunes shorts. He is meant to be a stereotypical “big scary monster”, often appearing to terrorize or terrify the main characters in the animated short. His personality seems to imply that he isn’t very intelligent.
Did you know?
- Gossamer was first called “Rudolph”, but was renamed because the name didn’t seem to fit.
- His name comes from the fact that he is the exact opposite of “Gossamer”, which means something very delicate, thin and light.
- Recently, Gossamer has grown in popularity as a character for merchandise.
- It is revealed in the short animation “Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century” that Gossamer is made entirely of hair, and has no body.
- Gossamer’s favourite food seems to be “Spider goulash”, as he is very motivated to catch Bugs Bunny with that food as a reward.
Gossamer’s main trait is that he is covered in long, bright orange hair. It is possible that his head is attached directly to his body, as his eyes are placed roughly where his chest should be. However, it is hard to tell, as he seems to have no body underneath the hair.