*cries* i’ve been on this site for a year now and i still haven’t choosen an stable icon. plz somebody if u have the time can u hand me your best comic scrooges? bonus points for cute italian scrooges??
*cracks knuckles* All these are gonna be 100×100 because I use them for an off-Tumblr RP account, but hopefully these help
Special thanks to @zumidotexe for the custom artwork that was so good it actually triggered an original rejection of the race based on copyright grounds because it matched the Disney style so well that the moderators thought I’d stolen Disney assets. I had to resubmit after telling the moderators that, yes, it is original art done in the Disney style and wasn’t stolen from actual Disney artwork. (Not that I blame them because of the lawsuit nightmares that would’ve happened if I really had stolen it!)
And as a nice preview of things to come, I’m going to link the initial draft of the “Lucky” variant (for those of you who want to play a Gladstone Gander as opposed to a Donald Duck) here:
I’ll make sure to update the links as soon as possible!
Yooo everybody look at my friend’s work~ I was absolutely tickled pink to have the chance to do the art for this, even with a little ahfhdjsn at what happened after. If you play D&D or are thinking about it, can confirm, the wakahnka are FUN AS HELL to play. Go forth and be adventure ducks!
…okay that was a little “I’ve been awake for three years” rambly but basically yes please check out this awesome race.
Speaking of Alan Young, I thought I’d share what I got for Christmas, an interesting little piece of Disney history.
This, for those unaware, is the 1974 record that Young (along with Alan Dinehart) wrote, adapting the original book. This, of course, would go on to eventually spawn the special we’re all familiar with. The record was the first time that Young performed Scrooge, as well as several other of the characters, including Mickey.
Oh, and it also has SONGS.
A second record would get released in 1982 that was more in line with Mickey’s Christmas Carol, but this was the original. It’s a little late for Christmas itself but if you’d like to give it a listen (as well as see some images from the enclosed book), click here!
Do you like ducks? Are you obsessed with ducks? Do you find yourself gravitating to them no matter what fandom you’re in? Boy, you’re not alone! This November come join us as we create and talk about our favorite feathered friends all month long. While you can make anything you like, please use this for inspiration if needed.