Wood Chips 2
©2008 Wood Estate
This grouping of three has been scanned same size (click to enlarge) to show how Wood saved his sketches. He went through his files, cut out the drawings he liked and threw away others. Then he used Scotch tape to mount the small drawings on standard-size typing paper. This effectively eliminated the possibility of any chronological filing, creating problems for future researchers.
For instance, the top right drawing looks like his work of the 1940s. The Frankenstein creature in the spacesuit looks similar to other sketches he did in the early 1960s. The Kukla, Fran and Ollie
television puppet show in the bottom right image suggests that it was drawn during the 1950s.
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