COAT OF SMILES, parody art of iconic symbols. A duck's hat, a mouse's ears and a smiling yellow button. Three iconic things brought together in one artwork.
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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

StarDucks: Secret Service Ducks






And here they are... the most powerfull elite feathers. Guarding the StarDucks. (Another happy dance, because I've finished my work on this project TODAY!)
Free, free like a bird...

Update (Nov 22, 2007): BTW, Happy Thanksgiving Day!

11 comments:

  1. Man... I can't get enough of these drawings. Love 'em!!!

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  2. Free like your draws!!.. thanks for answering my question.. I hope I don't bother you if I make you another one.. what kind of blue pencil do you use??.. and after that, do you ink??

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  3. Bloody awesome!
    Beautiful work here.
    Cheers to your skill,
    Kind regards,

    Milenko

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  4. Starducks - Cool! I really like these characters - super work sir!

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  5. Hi, I spent by its Blogspot and thought FANTÁSTIC their illustrations are beautiful, each in its particular character, simply sensational !!!!!

    Strong hug

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  6. Adrian, many thanks! How are the apes? :)

    Bogar! In the majority of cases I use Prismacolor Col-erase pencils. For clean-up I use a Faber-Castell TK 4600, 2mm HB lead and some common Rotring, 0,5mm HB lead mechanical pencils.

    Ferdinand, Tim, Sidney!! Thank you!

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  7. FLORIAN...ESTOY SORPRENDIDO DE ESTOS HERMOSOS TRABAJOS,,,TODOS LOS PERSONAJES DE LOS PATOS SON MARAVILLOSOS...CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    SALUDOS Y EXITOS
    GUAICO

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  8. I just stumbled across your blog. WOW!! Amazing work! I will definitely be back for more:)

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  9. Yes! The Sturducks! I love the little one at the left, very cute.

    They look amazing Florian, as always your work is EXCELENT! Congrats on finishing your project.

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  10. Guaico, muchas gracias!

    Martin, many thanks for stopping by and for the comment! :) CU

    Pit! :) Thanks!

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