Most of the images listed have required little work: "The Daily War-Drum", for instance, only required rotating the comic strip & scanning the picture; "Donald Selling Newspapers" needed a simple erasing of the background. A few of them, however, are compositions of my own that required a lot more work.
The site's logo, as it first appears, is carried by Donald & Mickey; for this this picture, I had to complete a little bit of Mickey's left foot, and a lot more of Donald's.
"The Treasure Chest" has been emptied of its contents, and Uncle Scrooge has been added.
The "Don Rosa Papers" image required that several objects be completed: all the frames, the money bag, the dollar bill, the wad of dolar bills, the top of the globe's "stand", a few coins, the table, and the scrapbooks (the third one was erased; the top one, which it covered slightly, had to be completed; and the bottom one had to be almost entirely drawn).
In every case, the completion job was done with the utmost respect for the art, down to the tiniest details. In such cases as Donald in the first example, I carefully studied how Gottfredson drew it. In other cases, I ususally complete the image using elements from the image itself. The DRP is a case in point: for instance, with the exception of a very very few pixels (the top border line), every pixel of the scrapbooks' is by Don Rosa; bits and pieces from the top two scrapbooks were used to do the bottom one and fill the top one's covers; even the shadows on the top one's cover are made of pixels from the scrapbooks.
The table of illustrations will help you find the original images
and easily spot the modifications I made. I should add the purpose of
these detailed (and often unnecessary because obvious) descriptions is
not to sollicit praise but to clearly point out that these images are not
the original art, which was respectfully altered to illustrate this site
and to make special tribute pages.