Disney Villains Week
Day 1→Most Underrated Villain: The Headless Horseman
"Sailing the Spanish Main" preliminary sketch, hand colored line art, printer’s proof and final lithograph by Carl Barks, circa 1982. Inspired by his 1949 cover to Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #108, “Sailing the Spanish Main” was Barks’ first commissioned oil painting.
"Creepy girls you’re just my style, blood red lipstick you don’t smile, falling victim to your fantasy - damn, i love that you’re so creepy.”(X)
Really mad none of you sent this to me directly
Der Fuehrer’s Face (1943)
maleficent by bruce timm
Genderswap Males by Maby-chan
Maby-chan reinterprets Disney, Pixar and Dreamworks’ female characters as males.
Orange Oscar the Grouch, from the first season of Sesame Street.
some beautiful rough pages from one of my favorite Duck artists, José Massaroli.
From "The Body Swap" (2006) (in which Scrooge and Magica switch bodies)
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