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The Flying Mouse - A dark interpretation of the 1934 Silly Symphony short "The Flying Mouse", using Crayola crayons.
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Zira from The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride
Crayon color drawing
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Dr. Hämsterviel from the Lilo & Stitch series
A tribute to Shepard Fairey
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Goofy and Sylvia from An Extremely Goofy Movie
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WIP Mickey Mouse comic.
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Mickey Mouse sketches 1
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Mickey Mouse sketches 2
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Mickey Mouse sketches 3 - These are the earliest of the bunch, but still in character, I think.
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Mickey Mouse sketches 5
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Mickey and Donald sketches 1
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Mickey and Donald sketches 2
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Donald Duck sketches 1
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Donald Duck sketches 3
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Donald Duck sketches 4
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Goofy sketch
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Scrooge McDuck sketch
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Mortimer Mouse sketch
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Mortimer Mouse Halloween costume
Pencil and digital color
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Mortimer Mouse Christmas Greetings
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Mortimer Mouse sketches 3
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Honest John from Pinocchio
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Honest John sketch 2
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Flower from Bambi
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Br'er Fox from Song of the South
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Mad Dog from TaleSpin
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Bonkers
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Wacky Weasel from the Bonkers episode "Get Wacky"
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Sword in the Stone squirrel
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Smartass from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Pencil and digital color
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Smartass sketch 1
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Greasy from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Wheezy from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Pencil and digital color
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Psycho from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Stupid from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Toon Patrol Christmas
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Pistol Packin' Possum, from Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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"Slithy" sketches 1 - This character has no known official name, so we named him "Slithy". He comes from the Roger Rabbit graphic novel The Resurrection of Doom.
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"Slithy" sketches 2
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Weasel sketches 1
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Weasel sketches 2 - An experiment to place weasels in a fantasy setting.
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Weasel Warlock - Another experiment in using weasels in fantasy.
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Female Weasel sketch - There is so far only one female weasel in Disney comics, so this is an experiment to see what an average one would look like.
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Black-and-white weasel - An envisioning of what Disney weasels may have looked like in the early 1930s.
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Weasel sketches 3
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Weasel sketches 4
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Weasel sketches 5
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Weasel ink drawing 1
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Weasel ink drawing 2
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Weasel doodles 1
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Toon Patrol doodles 1
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Toon Patrol Halloween doodle
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Medieval weasel concept
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Cap'n Jack and a Weasel
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Weasel doodles 4
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Gottfredson style squirrel
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Baron von Rotten - Judge Doom's true form as seen in the graphic novel "The Resurrection of Doom".
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Hatbox Ghost - Rough sketch
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Lester Possum from A Goofy Movie- redesign
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Nigel Sherringford - From the Roger Rabbit comic book series, issue #15.
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"Cheesy", another weasel with no official name. Comes from the House of Mouse episode "Rent Day".

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