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Saturday, December 30, 2006

Cell Dragons: The Postmon

That's another character for the Cell Dragons project. I really enjoy doing this sort of bird-meets-dragon designs.


  1. Really interesting to see the scribble. One sheet of paper wasn't enoug, eh?

    Do you use a Faber-Castell TK?

  2. Yes Sire, indeed, I work with a Faber-Castell TK 4600, among others of course. But the most important implements I use are the Sanford col-erase (20044 Blue) pencils and the SAX Vienna RotBlauStift pencils.

    By the by, it looks like the sheets are becoming too small, all the time.