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Monday, March 12, 2007

Marvin, the Projector



I am posting this pretty old (2 years) rough sketch because I am on this character again right now.

9 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see your new work on this character, sir!! And never can't wait to see more and more of your art!! ;D

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  2. I just came across this blog. I totally love, love, love your drawing style and also your use of color. It's truelly superb! Ich liebe es total! I can't wait to see even more in the future...

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  3. Oldie but goldie. A little bit rougher than usual, but of course high-quality as always.

    (Jaja, alte Kamelle. Eher: Je oller desto doller. Du packst ja auch nie so richtige Gurken auf deinen Blog!)

    Cheers

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  4. Dear colleagues, many thanks! I'll post an update on that character later this month.

    (Oliver! Ja, die Zeichnung ist wirklich hart am Bleistift. Jeder Wischer und Kritzler ist noch d'ran. BTW, die richtigen Gurken verstecke ich gut im Keller :)

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  5. HERRRRLICH, wie immer & ich finde das 'roughe' ja wunderbar, wenn man den 'strich' noch sehen kann. SUPAAAAAA! thx, ich liebe diesen BLOG! Aloha! ;) mo

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  6. Simona!! I'm glad to see you here! All the best to you and Mark! Viele liebe Grüße nach Berlin!

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  7. Meinen komplimenten!
    In deinen Arbeiten, benutztst du nur photoshop oder arbeitest du auch in traditionell?

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  8. Great character! I love the nose!

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  9. Thanks Tim! That's his projector-nose :)

    Silvio! Thanks for writing in! Vorzeichnung und line-work mache ich traditionell: Col-erase pencils (blue) kombiniert mit SAX RotBlau Buntstift und normalen (Minen-)Bleistiften. Photoshop kommt, mit wenigen Ausnahmen, bei Koloration, Freistellen etc. zum Einsatz.

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