These wonderful spot illustrations by Wilhelm M. Busch were published in 1971 in a little German book titled "Graf Bobby" (Earl Bobby).
This is the result when a realistic master draughtsman loosens up and caricatures his human subjects. Every drawing is entertaining and full of personality. The lack of formulas in them is refreshing and his economy of lines is inspired. I often find what an artist leaves out just as interesting as what he puts in.
Great looking characters, beautifully staged, all this totally applies to animation.
Graf Bobby was a popular character in the German speaking countries, the humor in his stories range from silly to philosophical.