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Sunday, April 04, 2010

FLL-3000 Motor Lance

This issue includes a Special Easter Breaks 50% Off Discount exclusively to DuckMag© readers:
"The ACME FLL-3000 Motor Harpoon/Lance is a state-of-the-art nonlethal bird-stopping hybrid weapon. Half motor-assisted half organic-supported with a built-in highly toxic kraken."
The FLL-3000 comes with three 5 round kraken magazines, magazin loading assist, cable lock, factory paperwork, factory plastic hardcase and a rubber duck.



(Above: The colour palette I used for this)


Images ©2010 by Satzinger & Hardenberg. World rights reserved.


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12 comments:

  1. Très belles illustrations... Joyeuses Pâques

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  2. Kawks :o) THANKS!

    Martine, thank you, and Happy Easter to you, too!

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  3. Awesome! Its awesome to see the roughs to final drawings. Your posing and designs are wicked!

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  4. Motor Duck! Got a nice vibe to it i think. Stuff looking fun as ever, keep it up!

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  5. Djordje, thank you, thanks for that!

    Cheers Jon! I switched from Steampunk to Motorpunk ;o)

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  6. Your blog is awesome and yoo're so productive :)

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  7. You should really consider having an exhibition of your colour palettes!

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  8. Nikolay, thank you!!

    Derek, hahaha, no kidding? You're kidding! Thankee anyway :o)

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  9. these are be interesting character.Cheers :d

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  10. Mehdi! Thank you :o) It's nice to hear that.

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  11. i love your vintage style to draw duck and any kind of cartoonish looking characters.

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