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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Starpowder Petz



I'm sure I will not surprise you in saying that I did master space-bruin the same day I did Lancelot Britannica, the Younger.

10 comments:

  1. Hi Florian , awsome work , perhaps , it would be better with Some suction cups in those tentacles , and i bit of light in that diving suit

    by the way , you are linked in my blog

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  2. The suit he's wearing is cool work !!

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  3. great lines, as always. your blog is worth coming back again and again for inspiration. thanks

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  4. Excellent space mole. Great!

    "Don't touch this!"

    (Ich melde mich mal wieder zum Wochenende bei Dir. Bis bald!)

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  5. sooo inspiring! Never dissapointed. Great teaser page to boot

    Cheers!

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  6. I just stumbled upon your website&blog and I have to say that your work is really interesting. I wish I were that creative!
    Aber eigentlich könnt ich ja auch deutsch reden ... egal :) wollt ich nur sagen. Und auch schön dass es talentierte Grazer auch gibt*g* wie bist du dazu gekommen so weit weg zu studieren und überhaupt?

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  7. Great! Many many thanks for all that pleasant comments!

    (Fuechslein, to make a long story short, classical hand drawn animation wurde damals nicht gleich mal so um die Ecke angeboten. Naja, und dann ist's eben - zugegeben auf ein paar verschlungenen Pfaden - am Ende Kanada geworden.)

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  8. Jose, thanks a lot for linking my blog!

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  9. Aso aso :) klingt sehr einleuchtend! Ich kanns auch nur bewundern dass du dich getraut hast so weit weg zu gehen und überhaupt ... aber wenn man das Talent und den Traum hat :)
    Keep up the good work!

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