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Monday, November 24, 2008

Clockworkpunk: The Mozart Duck Reworked


This is my last regular (re-)design job of sorts before starting the StarDucks production adventure. I'm reworking the Mozart Duck character (aka Wolfgang Amadeus Duck©). The design will be adjusted to the StarDucks style for some marketing reasons. The colour keys stay the same:

Well, this means a lot of looney Steampunk gimmicks, eh?
BTW, I prefer to use Motorpunk or Clockworkpunk to mean Steampunk. Sounds more fitting to those gear wheels and stuff. Anyway, I'll post the finished piece soon...
Apropos Steampunk, Jake radiates joy with his latest vehicle design, doesn't he?


  1. As I said before, I love your rough sketches

  2. I Love it too! all these pencil strokes !!!

  3. heh ya it is neat, still fun to follow the idea process

  4. Fantastic! I cant really tell what the big robot angel duck thing is in the background... but its probably my favorite part.

    Awesome Stuff!!!

  5. This looks so cool and the finished art will no doubt knock our socks off!

  6. Let's hope so, Steve :)

    Great thanks to you all... I'll post the finished sheet soonish.


  7. Thanks to Patrick Schoenmaker's blog I discovered yours and... it was awesome. I love your style, your sketches and, of course, the finished paintings. I would really love to have half of your talent... haha.

    Sorry for mi english, I'm writing from a galaxy far, far away (Argentina!).


  8. Leandro, thanks for stopping by and double thanks for your really nice comment. I appreciate that very much. By the by, I spent more than 4 weeks in Argentina, this year.

  9. what an honour to see your work. I found your blog via Steves blog on his award post.

    my mouth is droped wide open... I got to close it before something makes a nest in it....

  10. so great, I love the "feather" below too. =)

  11. i love your work! very inspiring

  12. Just be carefull, the urge to draw ducks will come across you the more you visit, its already taken my sketch book by surprise. Can't wait to see the finished work Florian.