Art of the Day #356



20th Century Disney Fox by SouthParkTaoist
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LOL! — Behold, a pic created to honorthe Walt Disney Corporation’s acquisition of Fox Studios.

Hmmm, does this mean we’re going to see Nick and Fantastic Mr. Fox, together on the silver screen, anytime soon?  Okay, no…but we can dream, can’t we?  In the meantime we present our latest random collection of Zootopia Fanart.

Enjoy, and don’t forget to show the original artists some love by clicking on the source-links.



Unknown by rikuta
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tumblr_o7r57xsi3D1sjfiqho1_1280 by jam-art
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Try Everything by FluffyTiger97
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The Greatest Showman by EdisonFox
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Summer Style by qalcove
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Secretly a pianist by BunnieMae
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Robo Judy by 14-bis
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O M Goodness by the-fire-prince
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Advice for Stu by livefunknouveau
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stream stuff by @afruitvegetable
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stream stuff by @afruitvegetable
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stream stuff by @afruitvegetable
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stream stuff by @afruitvegetable
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*eurobeats playing in the distance* by @ittybittykt
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Finished Judy drawing from yesterday’s stream! by @EngineTrap
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From yesterday’s stream by @foxefuel
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From yesterday’s stream by @foxefuel
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Unknown by @dogear218
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Unknown by @raizinnDX
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Unknown by @_popnll
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Stream Stuff by @ittybittykt
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5 Comments

  1. 20th Century Disney Fox by SouthParkTaoist… Nick is a 21st Century Fox. There will be changes needed.

    Advice for Stu by livefunknouveau… It’s not cheating if no one KNOWS it’s cheating.

    From yesterday’s stream by @foxefuel Source [18]… This one just plain makes me smile… I don’t know why.

  2. Advice for Stu: given the foreshortening and visible peg holes on the cribbage board, their reactions are probably due to the 32 points putting Stu ahead by a whopping 27 points.

    First, I assume this is a cribbage variant with two decks and no crib hand; possibly a pair dealt blindly to each player and turned up after the first half of each hand. (I’d call it the Turnip variant, a high-scoring variant for fast play, as we’ll see soon.)

    Second, I assume the weasel is the pone (the opponent of the dealer on this hand), one of his seven aces was the card turned up, and he’s already scored his hand on the board. I see suits of green Broccoli (clubs), purple Turnip (spades), green Apple (hearts), and purple Carrot (diamonds), with the Jack being a face card with no visible suit.

    Board: the red and blue pegs at one end are marking who has won more games in the current match. The pairs of identical pegs mark where each player currently is on the board, which presumably goes clockwise from the match pegs. Thus, the weasel has made the turn and is headed for home, indicating he’s got a higher score about halfway through a game, but now it’s Stu’s turn to try to catch up.
    Turned card: ace of unknown suit closest to the board; process of elimination makes it the apple, if the two decks have different art, especially if the Ace of Apple in place of the Ace of Spades has the big baroque illustration.
    Stu: fives of Broccoli, Turnip, Apple, and Carrot, ace of Broccoli, and Jack of unknown suit.
    Weasel: aces of Apple, Broccoli, both Carrots, and both Turnips, again with different art for each deck.

    Assuming all of this, the scoring is thus, with face cards always counting as ten and aces always counting as one:
    Weasel: Unique pairs are worth 2 points. His six aces plus the turned card make seven aces, 6+5+4+3+2+1 = 21 individual unique pairs for 2 points each, totaling 42 points.
    Stu: Unique combinations that add to fifteen are worth 2 points. His four jack+5 combos add up to 8 points, his four 5+5+5 fifteens are worth another 8 points, his four 5’s pair up to another 12 points, his ace of Broccoli pairs with the turned card for another 2 points, and it’s possible the jack matches suit with the turned card giving him 1 point for Nibs: 8+8+12+2+1=31 points.

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