Here are some beautiful cartoon panels drawn by Dick Shaw.
They have a unique combination of dynamic perspective, loose line style and intelligent composition.
He looks partly influenced by George Lichty - not only in the loose line style, but in the tricky angles the cartoons are staged with.
He might also be influenced by Toonerville Trolley. The staging is very similar.
These are from a newspaper called the Redwood Weekly Gazette which featured a comics page filled with strips drawn by animation cartoonists.
Here's one by an artist who must have been Freddie Moore's assistant.
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