New Sugar Bits - Back-Up Bravery (5/15/12)

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Re: New Sugar Bits - Back-Up Bravery (5/15/12)

Postby Biostar » Sat May 19, 2012 2:19 am

I doubt that. Abby had buckteeth and no scar on her left eye. Not to mention the beak shape is wrong.
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Re: New Sugar Bits - Back-Up Bravery (5/15/12)

Postby MQuinny1234 » Sat May 19, 2012 5:48 am

Doesn't really look like a duck.
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Re: New Sugar Bits - Back-Up Bravery (5/15/12)

Postby Mon-Kitsune » Sat May 19, 2012 6:27 am

Biostar wrote:I doubt that. Abby had buckteeth and no scar on her left eye. Not to mention the beak shape is wrong.

so are the feathers (Abby was brown, not black)

I agree the beak looks off for a duck. Problem is, it also looks off for a crow/raven, which is the only other bird I can think of with black feathers which would be recognizable enough to be identifiable athropomorphized. And then it's the wrong color (as far as I know, crows only have yellow beaks in Disney and Don Bluth films.) Anyone know any famous cartoon mynah birds?
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Re: New Sugar Bits - Back-Up Bravery (5/15/12)

Postby PP-Grim1013 » Sat May 19, 2012 10:52 am

Mon-Kitsune wrote:I agree the beak looks off for a duck. Problem is, it also looks off for a crow/raven, which is the only other bird I can think of with black feathers which would be recognizable enough to be identifiable athropomorphized.


Could it be a black bird? O.o Or... a loon? (we can't see the neck, so...?)
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Re: New Sugar Bits - Back-Up Bravery (5/15/12)

Postby Mon-Kitsune » Sat May 19, 2012 12:04 pm

PP-Grim1013 wrote:
Mon-Kitsune wrote:I agree the beak looks off for a duck. Problem is, it also looks off for a crow/raven, which is the only other bird I can think of with black feathers which would be recognizable enough to be identifiable athropomorphized.


Could it be a black bird? O.o Or... a loon? (we can't see the neck, so...?)


Black Bird maybe, but not a loon, those have beaks that are (and needle thin). Plus while we can't see the neck, we can see the hands, and on a loon, some of those feathers would still be white. Though I admit the fact that he/she has red eyes is very loonish.
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