Animal Crossing: New Horizons has hundreds of different anthropomorphic characters for players to get to know. From standouts such as Tom Nook and Isabelle to the roster of hundreds of villagers, players can interact with many different creatures. One Animal Crossing: New Horizons player brought the two Nook boys, Timmy and Tommy, to life but with a wild Dukes of Hazzard spin in a recent fan art.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the latest game in the Animal Crossing series, and it brings players to their own island. As part of the island’s services, players can interact with Tom Nook’s nephews Timmy and Tommy in Nook’s Cranny. The Dukes of Hazzard was an action-comedy TV series that aired from 1979 to 1985.
This odd mixture comes from u/Oldcrystalmouth, and it is a sight to behold. In their painting, the artist has the memorable 1969 Dodge Charger (known as the General Lee) from The Dukes of Hazzard TV show making a wild jump. The twist comes from who is driving this vehicle: one of Tom Nook’s apprentices. Apparently, in The Nooks of Hazzard, these two anthropomorphic raccoons are replicating just what Bo and Luke Duke were known for in their own TV series. One of these animals is barely hanging on to the car as it flies through the air and the look of painting blends these two worlds surprisingly well. To do so the artist even made sure that the trees appear just like the ones players can find in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Timmy and Tommy have been a part of the series for years and act as apprentices for Tom Nook, often helping run part of his business. While it isn’t made clear in the Animal Crossing series whether these two are brothers, their reliance on one another makes their relationship quite similar to that of Bo and Luke Duke. They are, however, much less inclined to getting into trouble.
Nook’s Cranny gives players the perfect opportunity to make money in the game. Having both Nook boys available from morning to late at night means that players have numerous hours to catch wildlife and collect items and sell them. On top of this, the box outside of Nook’s Cranny is available all the time.
It can, however, become a bit frustrating for those players who want to see full value for the items they are trying to sell but miss out on when Nook’s Cranny is open on their Animal Crossing: New Horizons island. Either way, this fan art transports the adorable Timmy and Tommy to a wild world in a great way.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available now for Nintendo Switch.