A Conversation for Charles M Schulz - Cartoonist
His developing style
Researcher nelbert Started conversation Sep 9, 2002
I've always been intrigued by the way his drawing style developed - especially in relation to Snoopy. Not only did Snoopy act very differently early on, but looked completely different. As the years went by his nose grew to melon-like proportions; he also became much simpler in outline in line with his evolution into a mainly bipedal hound. I recall a series of cartoons where Snoopy recalls his first owner (Pookie or somesuch) - Schultz draws him as a puppy again, but he looks like a miniature version of his adult self - not as he did in the early cartoons.
Anyone any observations/info on this?
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