Bob Givens, the animator best known for his redesign of Bugs Bunny, died at the age of 99.
Givens’ career spans over 60 years, and he worked as an animator for companies like Disney, Warner Bros. and Hanna-Barbera.
Givens also pointed cartoon characters like Tom & Jerry, Daffy Duck, Alvin and the Chipmunks, and Popeye.
His daughter, Mariana circumstances confirmed his death on its Facebook page earlier this month.
Givens’ first role, in 1937, was at Disney, where he worked on Donald Duck and snow white cartoons.
He joined Warner Bros, in 1940, where he became famous for his work on the Bugs-Bunny-character
The previous drawings were wanted to produce say, “too sweet” for the cartoons of the company.
Givens’ redesign was the first official design for the lead character of the Looney Tunes franchise, what made him a famous name in the industry.
He served in the U.S. army during the Second world war, before returning to the animation industry. Givens’ career spanned more than 60 years.
On social media, many praised Givens’ work.
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Other Twitter users responded by posting GIFs of their favorite Givens animations.
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