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Monday, July 30, 2018

Art of the Day #243

Commission - Riding in the Sky by fantasyflixart
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No, this isn't from a Disney film.  Believe it or not, Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang was produced by Albert R. Broccoli from a novel by Ian Fleming, the same folks who gave us James Bond. The screenplay was co-written by Roald Dahl, the man who penned the script for You Only Live Twice, (and who would later go on to create a sly, hustling...and fantastic fox of his own.)

Chitty did share a co-star with a Disney flick, Dick Van Dyke who played the part of Bert The Chimney Sweep in Mary Poppins starred in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.as the eccentric inventor, Caractacus Potts.

With that out of the way, we present another random collection of Zootopia Fan-Art. Enjoy, and don't forget to show the artists some appreciation by clicking on the source links.

Get your art after the break!


Toit Nups by frava8
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Van Art Nick and Judy by Laura Ranuzzi
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Space Madness by qalcove
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Nick Wilde - Judy Hopps by katy-z
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Come Sailing by @mortic_ox
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Utopia by thewyvernsweaver
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Dawn by danirap
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Monday Sketch 9 by thegorysaint
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Ralph Judy by nippy13
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Jack as Helios by gokhan_16
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Gazelle Sculpt 01 by @ManuelDeJorge
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Gazelle Sculpt 2 by @ManuelDeJorge
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Gazelle Sculpt 3 by @ManuelDeJorge
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Office Worker Nick by sanjiseo
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Judy Plays Beat Saber by fuzzguy456
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Fairly Odd Zootopia - Timmy's Zootopia Knightmare by fairytalesartists
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Lil' Bell by jonytv
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In Our Dreams Their First Cars Nick Wilde by papierball
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Undercover by frava8
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Zootopia's finest by frava8
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Barker Street by monoflax
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3 comments:

  1. Of course Nick would be in a Fox Body Mustang.... XD

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    1. Judy, on the other paw, wouldn't be caught dead in a VW Rabbit ;-)

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  2. Fun facts: The Sherman Brothers, who wrote music for 60's Disney films, also wrote music for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Also, Julie Andrews was asked to play Truly Scrumptious, but she felt it was too much like Mary Poppins, and she didn't want to be typecast.

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