Oh my, is it good and cute! Makes me think me of some of my favourite books.
Man, this might be my favorite Covered cover so far.
this is amazing
Yes, yes and yes! Bloody fantastic. My favourite Covered so far.
I love this one. Awesome!
I love the direction you took.
Admit it Rob, you just started this blog so you could eventually post this and blow everyone else out of the water.Just kidding -- there's been a lot of great stuff here, but this is definitely my favorite so far.We'll miss ya at Stumptown this weekend.
Thank you, everyone, you are all very kind. Mike - I'm wishing I could be at Stumptown. I was suffering a bit from show fatigue, so I cut back. You two will be at San Diego, won't you? I think Georgene and I will have another chill, pool party.
Very clever--and very nicely done!!
Great!! I Love it!!!
Seriously amazing. Maybe you could sell a brother a print?
amazing. I love that even though they look like real ducks they are no less as expressive than the original Carl Barks style ducks.
just a tiny bit of a rip off of don rosa's (back) cover of the comics journal 183. still very nice though
wow! you win.
Super amazing, Rob! I need to get off my duff.
This is really beautiful! You should make kid's books! Hey, I'm full of all sorts of helpful advice. Seriously, BEE-YOOTI-FUL!
Oh, excellent. The nephew's still have the same look in their eyes, which is a clever touch.
Besides being clever (which it undoubtedly is) it's just absolutely great craftsmanship. Bravo!
Top cool ! Et beau boulot !
Niiice!!! I love it!(BTW: The original cover is by Tony Strobl.)
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Love the classic storybook feel to this one. Beautiful piece of work.
It's years later and this one still sticks in my mind. Truly awesome. I love it.