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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Kerchever Shockboot



Well, there are a lot of strange fellas in Toby's first adventure...

6 comments:

  1. Either you're posting too fast or I'm commenting too slow. Maybe latter ;-)

    Very funny pirate bull with a funny name, though the stitchigs do concern me a little bit. Is he mental?

    Love the creepy background.

    (Ich warte immer noch stündlich auf mein erstes Kapitel!)

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  2. Oliver, I'll send it to you tomorrow. I've to single out the latest version.

    Because of the stitching: Kerchy has a problem with cutting himself. Poor cow.

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  3. Florian you are an amazing designer, I hope I can model one of these guys soon after finishing some work related stuff... Hope you won't mind, I'll definitely keep you updated on the progress of the model... =]

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