If there's anybody that represents our love of obscure toons, it's this guy.
It was an interesting challenge to take a character that appears in only one piece of artwork, and draw him in new poses. Especially since the original isn't especially good reference. I'm absolutely certain that this is the first time anyone has drawn him since the late '80s.
I kinda doubt that there's anything but a rough sketch of the poster in the archives somewhere. A model sheet seems unlikely.
Several people online have theorized that Triple-P (as Otterkit has dubbed him) is Judge Doom's true identity, because his gun matches exactly, and his eyes are similarly red. Now, I suspect that the screenwriters/prop department may have intended this to be so, but any hardcore Roger Rabbit fan knows that the graphic novel Resurrection of Doom
properly identifies him as a toon named Baron von Rotten. Sorry guys! It's a cool idea, but canon is canon. (Plus, Triple-P's way too cool to be evil.)
But why does Doom have the same gun? I think it's simply because Doom stole it from him. </headcanon>
PS In case you're wondering who the cat Roger is talking to is, he's the guy from a photo in R. K. Maroon's office that we previously discussed in our journal: tymime.deviantart.com/journal/…
(Entry number umpteen of fanart no one else will draw)