In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Scrooge Mcduck in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Scrooge Mcduck - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about SCROOGE MCDUCK from Disney
Scrooge McDuck is a member of the Disney casting group from the largest retail franchise in the world. The characters began being designed during 1923 in Los Angeles by Walt Disney, an American illustrator. They were featured in live-action film production, television, and theme parks. The sensation inspired an expansion of its existing operations and making an addition of theater, radio, music, publishing, and online media.
Did you know?
- This character is a Scottish white Pekin duck tycoon and first appeared in 1987 on cartoons, and in 1947 on comics.
- His inspiration is the famous grouchy but wealthy character Ebinezer Scrooge from the story A Christmas Carol.
- Scrooge usually wears a formal red or blue coat with an upper gold button on a long-sleeve collared shirt, brown belt, low spectacles, feathered sideburns, black top hat, wooden cane, and white shoe protectors.
- He has nephew Donald Duck, great nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and brother-in-law Ludwig Von Drake.
- His character was also used in other stories and under other artists, including literary, graphic, and musical ones. He is referenced in other media, including film, television, music, video games, comics, and magazines. Scrooge also received tribute by Glasgow City Council, and a German extortionist.
The Disney company is well known for their products of its film studio. They own such television networks as ABC, A&E, ESPN, and Disney Channel. Other acquisitions involve merchandising, Dow Jones membership, and 14 theme parks around the world.