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Plane "Seaduck" from Disney's Tale Spin cartoon.

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As the new project for training and as just fun, I plan to recreate in Affinity Designer some objects or characters from cartoons or comic books from my childhood.
Nothing specially serious. It doesn't have to be perfect and I also allow myself to do some minor changes in original designs.

First project being created after hours of my regular job is coming from Disney's cartoon Tale Spin - it's seaplane "Seaduck" which was used by great pilot Baloo.

Project isn't finished yet, but I've decided to share it.

I know that shadows, details and some other things could be better, but for now it's just concept of the overall idea, and for sure will be still improved in spare time ;)







Windows 7 | Intel Xeon E5450 | GeForce GT 730 | 8 GB RAM

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40 minutes ago, Renzatic said:

This is awesome, and you should be proud of yourself for making it.

Do Ducktales next!

Thank you. I appreciate it.
In fact, I've planned next project to be connected to world of Donald Duck, Scrooge McDuck and others, so maybe Ducktales will be the next direction ;)

It's something new for me to work on such projects, but it's great way to learn, and of course good fun.

Windows 7 | Intel Xeon E5450 | GeForce GT 730 | 8 GB RAM

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