"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Backgrounds" by Ruben Chavez.
BROOM+STICK+BUNNY Overtop the background are some animated bobby-pins in the air. Mike Maltese used them in the first Witch Hazel cartoon, “Bewitched Bunny” (released 1954) as kind of a running gag; in this cartoon, the pins even fall out when Witch Hazel is riding a sweeping broom by mistake. Here are some more pins atop Nordli’s background layouts, rendered by Phil De Guard.
Mickey_shorts_NY-Weenie_Layouts por Justin Parpan, color por Chris Roszak, Jenny Baker y Narina Sokolova y direccion de arte de Joseph Holt.
Illustration | Backgrounds
Lord of badass background drawing, Maurice Noble.
A new-to-me illustrator: Eyvind Earle (1916-2000) - Three Horses, 1987