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Oct 28, 2015 | 10:41 PM EDT
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You never knew duck, duck, goose could be so dangerous! ...That is until you played with this toothy, ravenous duck! This is not just another day in the park, people!

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ChronoNomadChronoNomad

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Holy crap! That is one vicious looking duck. Did you have a run-in with a psycho waterfowl sometime recently?

I really like this, to be honest. It's different...and weirdly fun. For some reason the term "vampire duck" comes to mind. Any relation to Count Duckula? Ah, that really quacks me up... ;)~

Ah, puns. *ahem*

On a side note, I like the little signature you've been adding to some of these lately. Just thought you'd like to know.


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shoKawa responds:

Hehehe....I had a great view of a seagull and that got me thinking that an open beak drawing would be super fun. So I did that and decided he was a duck then to make it extra exciting I put in sharp, pointy teeth and blood because, of course, if he's got those teeth with that look on his face he obviously just attacked someone. Bloodlust!
Aw, thanks, Chrononomad! I'm so glad you like it and see the fun in it. I'm not the type to do all out horror stuff. I have too much sense of humor for that. ;) *nodding* a vampire duck is definitely the next step! Ha! Count Duckula...I haven't thought of that fellow in quite some time!
The signature is something I've often thought of and tried so many different ones and never felt comfortable with any of them...until now with that little sk incorporated in. I've always admired signatures like Albrecht Durer's.