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Friday, March 09, 2007

Woolbert



L.W. Dienstman's pal. (I really do enjoy drawing ropes and cords, eh?)

7 comments:

  1. Hey Florian , nice character again , cute bear ,


    congratulations dude!!

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  2. Your imagination is boundless, Florian! Where ever do you come up with your rococo ideas!

    Best!

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  3. Your designs always have the good taste of the best classic cartoons, sir. It's like travelling through the nicest side of animation of all times.
    Great work as usual, master.

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  4. Fantastic stuff! Your pics are great

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  5. As always, I love your designs! This is great and wonderful and good and well and excellent. I remain impressed.

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  6. Dear Gentlemen, greetings and many thanks for the compliments!!!

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  7. Great! I always like your characters' funny names.

    Defiantely looks like a Woolbert.

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