In the Spring of 1919, Grim joined the IFS animation studio. Here he developed his wonderfully loose and eccentric drawing, known today as the “rubber hose” style.
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Grim Natwick once claimed he produced 200 pieces of art for sheet music. This should be considered a more significant part of his career, and overall development as an artist.
Grim Natwick seems to carry a lot of the animation on this short, and his well-drawn poses on the skeleton man are some of my favorites in this cartoon.