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Tribal Illustrations Paired With Stunning Animal Photos

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    Back when I was a kid, I wondered why Donald Duck wore a shirt but no pants, while Daffy Duck didn't wear either. For the most part, Warner Brothers cartoon animals were sans clothes, while Disney opted for some kind of combo. I mean, Mickey wears gloves and pants, Goofy wears a full outfit, and what about all of the characters on Duck Tales? Scrooge has the cash — he can afford pants. That's why I appreciate it when people like Rohan Sharad Dahotre do their part and dress up animals in fancy outfits. It's stylish, after all.

    This series of illustrations, titled "Animal Doodles," is done using pics that Rohan found on Google, a Wacom tablet and Adobe Illustrator. Each character uses tribal elements to create a look that's not only unique to the animal, but also fits in with the area in which they live. It's a fascinating combo, and I'd like to see some more variations on the theme in the future.

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    This series of illustrations, titled "Animal Doodles," is done using pics that Rohan found on Google, a Wacom tablet and Adobe Illustrator. Each character uses tribal elements to create a look that's not only unique to the animal, but also fits in with the area in which they live. It's a fascinating combo that looks pretty cool, and I'd like to see some more variations on the theme in the future.

    via Bored Panda

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