Here's an image of a postcard that was sent out to "Tiny Toons" viewers who wrote fan letters to Warner Bros. during the heyday of "Tiny Toon Adventures" in the early-to-mid 90's.
This was clearly not produced by the animation department. Looks more like the work of Warner Bros. Worldwide Licensing. Animators tend to avoid having characters float aimlessly in midair, as is the case with Elmyra and Little Beeper in this promotional piece. I'm not sure what Furrball's problem is, but he looks like he's in desperate need of a litter box. Calamity Coyote appears to be missing his neck and has no clear purchase on the rope by which he may or may not be swinging. Dizzy Devil has no left foot, and it looks like he's about to eat a drumstick that is dangerously undercooked. Babs is making a proactive pass at Hamton, or at least, at Hamton's hind quarters. Fifi LaFume is positioned closer to us than Buster, and Buster is closer to us than Shirley the Loon, but Shirley the Loon's head is closer to us than Fifi. It's sort of like an M.C. Escher drawing, but not in a good way.
Thank you, Warner Bros., for this lesson in promotional art run amok!