brendala: (magical me)
Ever since I discovered this GLORIUS tutorial on transfering paper lineart into photoshop, I've been on a coloring binge! And this was the second old drawing that I opted to fully color (I wanted to practice on something with a background).




And here's the old B&W doodle
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brendala: (sly trio bff hug)
I've been neglecting my poor livejournal lately, so I thought I'd put up some of my recent cross-over art (even if most people here probably aren't Sly Cooper fans)

Comics under the cut.... )
brendala: (BOOK)
Talespin “Drumming Up Business” read-along audiobook

I snagged an unopened copy of this old Talespin read-along audiobook and I thought I’d put it up here for fellow nostalgic Disney Afternoon fans to enjoy.



And here are the full size scans of the book’s pages (in case you want a closer look at them)

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brendala: (sly trio bff hug)
I think I might finally be getting better at this! :)





Special thanks to [livejournal.com profile] earthstar_moon for inspiring the original
brendala: (Carmelita icon)
I can't believe it took me this long to draw this fight!



You can find the rest of my Sly Cooper/Talespin crossover doodles at this link.


Artist Notes:

--I used a Talespin comic book as a reference for Don Karnage (I've never tried to draw him before) and the background.

--I drew Karnage and Carmelita in pen at work and then did the background in pencil after I got home to my T-square and drafting table.

[Deviant Art link]
brendala: (Rarity mine)
I had about a week off for the holidays. This is what I chose to do with it...




I already have an idea for how I want the rest of this story to play out. The only thing holding me back is the fact that I suck MASSIVELY at drawing the Disney Duck characters. But I'll probably try anyway because I REALLY dig this idea!

Random Artist Notes:
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brendala: (Rarity mine)
It’s been a while since I practiced on my new tablet. So I went and colored a simple sketch to play around with a fun idea I had.



Regarding Baloo’s design: I know that the “John Goodman look” fits his character/voice the best. That’s why pretty much every artist who humanizes the characters (myself included) has used that type of design. However, it occurred to me that, since Baloo and Shere Khan kept their Indian-sounding names from The Jungle Book, it technically makes more sense for their human dopplegangers to look Indian.
Also, I’m pretty sure no one else has drawn him like this before. So, +1 for originality. LOL

Tl;dr my goal with this one was to make Baloo look like an “Indian John Goodman”. I hope I succeeded.
brendala: (magical me)
I solicited my f-list for Halloween themed art ideas. These were the results:

Silly costume doodles under the cut.... )

I also solicited art requests at the [livejournal.com profile] scooby_doo community I moderate. Here are the results of that thread:

Will you click on the spooky link for a Scooby Snack? )
HAPPY HALLOWEEN, EVERYONE!!!! :)
brendala: (magical me)
A little holiday inspiration is always fun! So toss me ideas of Halloween-themed doodles you'd like to see! I can't promise they'll all get done by Halloween. But I'll do my best to get them all drawn eventually! :)
brendala: (Scrooge & Goldie)
Now I'm targeting my crazy doodle pen at the Talespin cast! And I'm humanizing them because I'm still kinda crappy at drawing animals/anthros



I think it came out pretty good considering I didn't use reference pictures (I did this at work)

Yeah, I had no choice but to change up Rebecca's hair. But the Betty Paige bangs still kinda work for her. And, hard as I tried, I couldn't keep human-Wildcat from coming out looking like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. LOL

Oh, and Becky/Baloo was one of my first OTPs. Anyone who watched the show knows why.

And I did another design page later on because I had different ideas regarding Baloo and Shere Khan:
Alternate designs.... )
brendala: (BOOK)
So, I FINALLY got my hands on an issue of the old Talespin comic series that I've been trying to find for ages....



....and I've been wanting to find it because this story was written by one of the show writers and it gives us some back story on Kit and Molly that the show never touched on. And, IMO, reading this comic felt like getting the finale episode of Talespin that never happened (and likely never will considering the legal limbo surrounding the Jungle Book characters and the fact that BOOM Comics is no longer allowed to touch the Disney titles).

I think every fan of the series needs to read this. So I scanned it and put it here.

WARNING!
If you love the show (and if you're a big fan of Kit and/or Molly) you might wanna have a tissue or two handy.

On to the scans!

Kickass story under the cut.... )


I hope all the old-school Disney Afternoon fans got a kick out of this. I've been tracking this comic down for AGES and it was worth every bit of effort!
....and, believe it or not, I only paid $1.60 for it! SCORE!!!!
brendala: (Default)
Day 28 - A pairing that you will never understand?
Kit Cloudkicker and Molly Cunningham (Talespin)




I’ve glanced at the Talespin fandom and this pairing seems to be mildly popular there. And I will NEVER understand why!
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Day 29 - What ship had the best proposal?
Bernard and Bianca (The Rescuers Down Under)




The second Rescuers movie (Rescuers Down Under) pretty much revolves around Bernard trying to propose to Bianca and getting delayed at every opportunity. So the proposal scene is an extremely satisfying thing to see.
Read more... )



Runner up for best proposal (WARNING: Full Metal Alchemist spoilers!) )



Day 30 - Your favorite ship forever and ever and ever?
Lina Inverse and Gourry Gabriev (Slayers)




I had to go with Lina and Gourry. Mainly because my interest in it and the fandom surrounding it hasn’t waned at all even when my interest in the show itself comes and goes. Though that might have a lot to do with the fact that the folks in the Slayers LJ fandom are super special awesome (y’all know who you are ~_^).

That's all Folks! )
brendala: (Default)
Day 28 - A pairing that you will never understand?
Kit Cloudkicker and Molly Cunningham (Talespin)




I’ve glanced at the Talespin fandom and this pairing seems to be mildly popular there. And I will NEVER understand why!
Read more... )


Day 29 - What ship had the best proposal?
Bernard and Bianca (The Rescuers Down Under)




The second Rescuers movie (Rescuers Down Under) pretty much revolves around Bernard trying to propose to Bianca and getting delayed at every opportunity. So the proposal scene is an extremely satisfying thing to see.
Read more... )



Runner up for best proposal (WARNING: Full Metal Alchemist spoilers!) )



Day 30 - Your favorite ship forever and ever and ever?
Lina Inverse and Gourry Gabriev (Slayers)




I had to go with Lina and Gourry. Mainly because my interest in it and the fandom surrounding it hasn’t waned at all even when my interest in the show itself comes and goes. Though that might have a lot to do with the fact that the folks in the Slayers LJ fandom are super special awesome (y’all know who you are ~_^).

That's all Folks! )
brendala: (Stormer and teddy)
Baloo and Rebecca (Talespin)!


Hey Baloo, I think she's trying to give ya a hint there. ~_^


It needs to happen because they’re functioning like a married couple already. They work together, go on wacky adventures together, shop together, Rebecca cries on his shoulder when one of her dates turns out to be a jerk or a ghost, and they’re helping raise each other’s children (and those children treat each other like siblings). Really, the only change that'll happen if they get hitched is that Baloo and Kit will get to live in Becky's swanky apartment instead of the Higher-4-Hire office.

Hey? Boom Comics? If you’re reading this MAKE IT HAPPEN!!


3 down, 27 to go! )
brendala: (Stormer and teddy)
Baloo and Rebecca (Talespin)!


Hey Baloo, I think she's trying to give ya a hint there. ~_^


It needs to happen because they’re functioning like a married couple already. They work together, go on wacky adventures together, shop together, Rebecca cries on his shoulder when one of her dates turns out to be a jerk or a ghost, and they’re helping raise each other’s children (and those children treat each other like siblings). Really, the only change that'll happen if they get hitched is that Baloo and Kit will get to live in Becky's swanky apartment instead of the Higher-4-Hire office.

Hey? Boom Comics? If you’re reading this MAKE IT HAPPEN!!


3 down, 27 to go! )
brendala: (VS bleachers)
The three non-cannon couples I remember rooting for as a kid are Dale/Gadget (Rescue Rangers), Baloo/Rebecca (Talespin), and Velma/Shaggy (Scooby Doo). I can't remember which came first, so I'm including all of them.

Dale and Gadget:
Dale and Gadget )

Baloo and Rebecca:
Baloo and Rebecca )

Shaggy and Velma:
Shaggy and Velma (again) )
brendala: (VS bleachers)
The three non-cannon couples I remember rooting for as a kid are Dale/Gadget (Rescue Rangers), Baloo/Rebecca (Talespin), and Velma/Shaggy (Scooby Doo). I can't remember which came first, so I'm including all of them.

Dale and Gadget:
Dale and Gadget )

Baloo and Rebecca:
Baloo and Rebecca )

Shaggy and Velma:
Shaggy and Velma (again) )
brendala: (sae WTF)
According to comic vine and other nerdy news sites, a small comic company is releasing a Darkwing Duck 4 issue mini-series this month!! O_o



I wish I knew who the writer is. I'd be more excited about this if I knew the writer was a good one (**please be Tad Stones**).

I'm VERY surprised to see this news considering that the only other Disney Afternoon show to get a recent comic (Gargoyles) didn't sell well despite having a religiously devout fanbase and it's own freakin' convention. I suppose they're trying to use Darkwing to latch on to the current Superhero/Batman fad. But that's a bit of a stretch. 

I wonder if this will lead to other Disney Afternoon shows getting comics. I know I'd be on cloud nine if I could see Talespin get a proper send-off in comic form. Talespin doesn't get nearly as much praise and love as it deserves (the animation on the planes is breathtaking even by TODAY'S standards!). And it still breaks my heart that it didn't get a movie or a finale episode.

brendala: (sae WTF)
According to comic vine and other nerdy news sites, a small comic company is releasing a Darkwing Duck 4 issue mini-series this month!! O_o



I wish I knew who the writer is. I'd be more excited about this if I knew the writer was a good one (**please be Tad Stones**).

I'm VERY surprised to see this news considering that the only other Disney Afternoon show to get a recent comic (Gargoyles) didn't sell well despite having a religiously devout fanbase and it's own freakin' convention. I suppose they're trying to use Darkwing to latch on to the current Superhero/Batman fad. But that's a bit of a stretch. 

I wonder if this will lead to other Disney Afternoon shows getting comics. I know I'd be on cloud nine if I could see Talespin get a proper send-off in comic form. Talespin doesn't get nearly as much praise and love as it deserves (the animation on the planes is breathtaking even by TODAY'S standards!). And it still breaks my heart that it didn't get a movie or a finale episode.

brendala: (Gorrry fanservice)
I found these images floating on my computer and I figure everyone here who enjoyed the Disney Afternoon as a kid would get a kick out of them. Legend of the Chaos God was a crossover of all the popular Disney Afternoon shows (Talespin, Rescue Rangers, Goof Troop, Ducktales, and Darkwing Duck) and it was published in Disney Adventures magazine back in the mid-1990s. It starts with the Talespin cast finding (and re-hiding) a cursed artifact in the 1930s and then the casts of the other shows find it and defeat it in their respective eras. It's really fun!

Chapter One: Talespin


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