It's 66 years since Carl Barks introduced Glittering Goldie in the classic comic "Back to the Klondike" (March 1953). When I last Friday morning saw frost on the rear window of my car I knew that I wanted to make a frost drawing to celebrate Goldie's anniversary. The scene I chose to draw was first drawn by Barks in "Back to the Klondike" to later be drawn by Don Rosa in "The Prisoner Of White Agony Creek" (2006).
There are several things in this drawing I would have liked to correct, but since it's a frost drawing you don't get a second try. And I had to hurry a bit towards the end because the sun was about to rise. (As you can see in the bottom right of the photo, the frost has started to melt)