The story of how an old friend and lifelong duck enthusiast named Kevin (his real name) got the nickname “Duck” was told in a cartoon published by Duck Cartoon and Duck Art.
Kevin, who goes by Duckie in the cartoons, says he used to be a duck for most of his life.
But he says he grew out of that duck persona when he began to realize that duckies are more than just ducks.
“Duckies are human beings,” Kevin says.
“They’ve got emotions.
They’ve got a whole spectrum of personality.
They’re not all ducks.”
He says the term “Ducks” comes from his childhood, when he would sit on his bed with his legs spread wide.
“I used to feel like I was a duck.
I used to see the ducks on TV and I thought, ‘Oh, this is really cute,'” he says.
The cartoon series, which ran from 1989 to 1996, featured some of Kevin’s best friends, including his friend Tim.
Kevin says Tim, who also goes by the name Kevin, was his first duck.
“The first time I saw Tim’s face was on Duckie, and I was like, ‘Wow!
He’s a duck!'”
Kevin says of Tim.
“I just wanted to be Tim.”
“Ducks have emotions too,” says Tim.
“They’ve never been in the water, but they have to be in the air,” Kevin adds.
“And that’s where my imagination and my love of ducks came from.”
Kevin says that Tim had a lot of respect for duckies.
“He loved the duckies, and he was always willing to help me out,” Kevin explains.
“We always had to do things together.”
The cartoons featured a lot more characters than the cartoons of the Duck Show.
Kevin and Tim used to draw together in their home.
They were also friends and colleagues at a local radio station, and Tim’s son, Mike, was a regular on the Duck Cartoon crew.
“My dad was always there to help, always trying to make things better for me,” Kevin recalls.
“There was one time that Tim said, ‘Duckie, I think you’re too tall for the duck, and that’s how I’m going to tell you how tall you are,'” Kevin says he told Tim.
When Tim told Kevin to change the name, Kevin said, “Well, then I guess you’re not a duck anymore.”
Kevin said that he felt the cartoons helped to open up a conversation about duck culture, as well as to introduce him to other duck artists.
“When I was young, I thought that I was just a normal kid, that I didn’t know anything about duck,” Kevin told CBC News.
“That’s when my friends and my family started to realize how much I really loved ducks.
I started seeing the ducks, I started getting into duck books, and then it really dawned on me that I love ducks, and duck culture.”
Kevin and Tim met as kids, and they became best friends.
Kevin is the father of three daughters.
Tim is the grandfather of one son.
Kevin also got into ducking with his cousin, who is also his cousin.
Kevin says he has always wanted to become a duckmaster.
“It was one of the hardest things for me, because I was already an artist, and my mom didn’t want me to go into it,” he says, recalling his decision to go to art school.
“But I was so happy I did.”
He says he got his first exposure to duck art when he saw a photo of Tim and Duckie at the duck-themed Disney World attraction, Duckman Island.
Kevin was so inspired by Duckman that he created a Duckman art piece for his friend, Tim.
Kevin also says he had a crush on Tim for years.
“We were both into ducks, we were both in high school, and we’d have duck parties together and we would always talk about duck stuff,” Kevin said.
“So I thought Duckman was a great place to go for a duck party.”
Kevin was hooked and decided to become an artist.
“That’s one of my goals, is to be able to help my fellow duck artists out,” he said.
“If you can help others, you can make a difference.”
Kevin says that as a kid, he never really liked ducks.
But he says the name Duck is something he’s been searching for since he was a child.
“Being able to identify with a duck, even when it was just to be myself, I really have a lot in common with that,” he explains.
“Just a really sweet duck, you know?”
Kevin said he was excited to see Tim on the cartoon series Duck Cartoon when he learned about his work.
Kevin has a large family and a couple of grandchildren.
His father, Bill, is the owner of the local radio network, WXIA-TV, and Kevin has an older