Miss D. (Debra)
(@Weasel_Silver24)

Darkwing Duck after Quacker Jack
Darkwing Duck after Quacker Jack by Miss D. (Debra) (@Weasel_Silver24)

Just finished this picture of Darkwing going after Quacker Jack. The pose that Darkwing is doing, is from the second season DVD disk three cover. I liked it and decided to do it, but of couse free handed. I wouldn't dare trace it! Quacker's jaw may not be perfect, but it looks pretty good, he was just a little tricky to draw.

I hope everyone who likes Darkwing or Disney characters will enjoy it! :) Comments please!

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Darkwing Duck and Quacker Jack both belong to (C) Disney. This drawing is from (C) 2009 Miss D. (Debra)

Category:
Fan Art - TV/Movie
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
13 years and 53 days ago
Tags:
Other Work By Miss D. (Debra)

Comments & Critiques (3)

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Posted: Saturday, 23 May, 2009 @ 06:42 AM

Wow I havnt seen darkwing duck for years!! Maybe 13? Excelent pic keep up the great work!!! I love the speedlines^^

Posted: Monday, 01 June, 2009 @ 04:02 PM

oh wow, lol haven't seen that in years! oh the memories!

I'd probably suggest making quacker jack a little larger in the foreground. looks like darkwing's about to sit on his head.

Posted: Tuesday, 11 August, 2009 @ 06:03 PM

Wow! I like the angle! nice job on here... :D

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