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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

L.W. Dienstman

Leon Wycliff Dienstman is a quite peculiar type of facility manager or concierge in the early middle of Toby Skybuckle's first adventure. The character's design found its inspiration a little by a film titled "Hallo Dienstmann", an Austrian black and white classic from the early 1950s.


  1. Great Florian , this character is funny and nice , i love it ,

    by the way , can you tell me how did it ? ,

    Painter , Photoshop?

    see you in my blog dude!

  2. Awesome design!! Your work is really inspiring, sir. I really enjoy visiting this site. Congrats.

  3. Top stuff! I love the expression on his face

  4. Thank you, many thanks! (By the by, I did the clean-up and colouring in Photoshop)