It’s Saturday! You know what that means! A new Ducktales ep! WOO-OO!
Before September ends, I’d like to showcase a little of my culture and my country’s retired written languange since it is “Buwan ng Wika”; my country’s month of celebrating Philippine Culture and Languange. (It does this neat trick of getting my nephews and other people interested in both Ducktales and Philippine History/Culture).
Obviously Webby and Lena are wearing modernized versions of traditional clothes (with Lena wearing a hybrid) and the baybayin are the closest estimation to their names I can translate (I.e. to spell Webby’s name in baybayin I had to divide it as “Weh”-“Bi”)
Fun fact: the Baybayin/Alibata used in Webby and Lena’s names are Pre-colonial while the ones on Scrooge and Donald’s are a Spanish hybrid
Please note that these are a few of many traditional costumes we wear. Maybe I should do more.
edit: screams i am sorry i have mistake-d, kinda fixed ;_; (( i know slosher should be bigger but i like it this size cause like imagine infinite ink from a tiny bucket just raining on everything lmao ))
Hiccup the duelist - unassuming and dweeby but once his deck hits the table your ass is grass. Heavily dragon-themed deck, with the occasional machine-equip support. His trump card is the Starry Night Furious Dragon, one of a kind powerful card that’s his signature. He doesn’t always use it to win but he really enjoys the duels where he needs to use it. Means it’s a challenge.
Slapped on lazy screentone layer, also bonus disembodied detailed Hiccup head to PROVE that yes I can draw better, but I can’t be arsed to put in that much effort half the time.