Spooky Background Paintings from ‘Scooby-Doo’

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Former Disney and Hanna-Barbera artist Walt Peregoy has contributed his background paintings to numerous successful pictures, including the Mouse House’s 1959 classic movie, Sleeping Beauty. He was also an artist on multiple Scooby-Doo episodes and specials — particularly the spooky ones that found the motley gang in eerie houses battling invisible foes. Seeing his incredible, gothic-style artwork for the cartoon mystery show without the boldly colored figures is surprisingly poetic. Isolated, they are haunting, abandoned towns, mansions, and carnivals — snapshots of a bygone era. Visit Peregoy’s beautiful background paintings, below. Find more on Parkour.

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy

Image credit: Walt Peregoy