The following production art is all offically from The Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series, and is copyrighted to Disney. We're able to share it here thanks to one of the show's original animators, who graciously scanned in a whole stack of production art and cels for you to enjoy. If you have any original production or cel art you'd like to share with your fellow fans, please contact Poisonfeatherquill or Featherwench via DeviantArt - we'd love to post it! Please send scanned stuff if at all possible: we'd like to keep the quality high, and sometimes photos get shadows and other artifacts that obscure the original art.
A lot of these are sequences of animations, so they may look nearly identical aside from small changes like hair and "lip" movement.
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We're unsure as to exactly which episode this sequence is from, but the odds are good it's from Bringing Down Baby or Jurassic Puck, since a lot of the other cels are as well. This is a sequence of Wildwing talking.
Two cels of Duke, from a sequence where he was talking; here you can just see the hair move a bit from the first frame. Not totally sure which episode this is in either.
From drawing to cel shading, this shot of Nosedive is from Bringing Down Baby and is a neat way to see how animators mark shadow lines and how it translates to a finished piece.
These frames are a sequence from the episode Jurassic Puck, where Tanya's trapped in the Migrator as a ticked-off dinosaur flips it around. Poor Tanya, making those faces. She can't get no respect, I'm telling you.
This is part of a sequence from the opening to the show, where it shows Wildwing.
This is also part of the show's opening sequence, when the shadowy figure of Dragaunus turns to confront the camera...
Not sure which episode this sequence is from, because you know Dragaunus... he got a lot of milage out of that evil laugh.
This is a couple of composite images and cels of an opposing goalie - in the first two pictures, you can see how the face and body were drawn and colored, then put together in the third, likely so that a bunch of facial reactions could be drawn and animated without having to continually redraw the whole body. The final two are other cels of the same goalie in action.
The not-so-adorable Baby from Bringing Down Baby.
A rare group shot of Duke, Mallory, Tanya and Nosedive from Bringing Down Baby as Nosedive is fake-crying. (You can see the little droplets he's shaking off his finger by Mallory's face.)
The official production reference sheet for Duke's walk cycle.
The official production reference sheet for Grin's walk cycle.
The official production reference sheet for Nosedive's walk cycle.
The official production reference sheet for Tanya's walk cycle.
Several reference sheets on Nosedive from the show's production, including a very useful profile sheet, expression references, battle gear, and hockey gear.
Several reference sheets on Grin from the show's production, including a very useful profile sheet, expression references, battle gear, and hockey gear.