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Friday, January 08, 2021

Duct-ed Duck

Do you remember the duct-taped duck from 2019? The duck's mood changed from surprise to pure annoyance, now. Even the new paper hat couldn't cheer him up.
I could calm him down a little, with the help of a Sharpie.
Below: I placed the original sketch kit and the finished piece in juxtaposition. For the three dimensional body effect I put a potato (cut in half) to use. I think the last time I did this - except for cooking of course - was in Kindergarten or primary school. However, as you can see, the potato has already completely dried-out, the original artwork is slowly collapsing.
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