How to Draw Porky Pig From Looney Tunes

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Porky Pig From Looney Tunes in 8 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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Interesting Facts about PORKY PIG from Looney Tunes

Porky Pig is a member of the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies casting group from the animated television series. The characters began their release during 1930 and were produced by the Warner Bros. studio during the Golden Age of American animation. The first characters made were Bosko and Buddy. These cartoons began in movie theaters and outnumbered the frequency from other production companies.

Did you know?

  • This character was first released in 1935 and voiced by the “Man of a Thousand Voices” Mel Blanc.
  • He is a small pink male pig with a blue jacket and red bow tie.
  • The character always speaks with a timid and severe stutter when talking.
  • He is the 2nd most famous character in this franchise, the 1st being Bugs Bunny.
  • His voice is present at the end of each Loony Tunes cartoon, breaking through a drum pane and saying “Th-th-th-that’s all folks!”
  • Before Porky was invented, Bugs was present at the end of each Loony Tunes cartoon, saying “And Dat’s De End!”
  • Before Bugs was invented, Bosko and Buddy were present at the end of each Loony Tunes cartoon, saying “So Long, Folks!”

Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies became a worldwide franchise, creating many television series, comic books, feature films, video games, music albums, and amusement park rides. Some characters have had cameo appearances in many other television shows, advertisements, and movies. As popularly regarded, the greatest cartoons in history are found in this franchise.