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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Piecemeal


An aquarium for his thoughts.

9 comments:

  1. Well, I'm really trying. But if you are posting while I'm desperately trying to work up the overdue comments I'LL NEVER GET FINISHED! WUAAAAHHHRRRR!

    Nevertheless, I like this pic a lot. It's a little bit different. Has some morbid quality to it. Great!

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  2. yeah, you are too fast. Always get a bad conscience, but your tempo is as amazing as your style or your ideas.

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  3. I don't come here for like two or three days and you got all these awesome posts up!

    Your stuff is a great inspiration to me.. keep it up!

    Thanks for sharing

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  4. holy moly guy! absolutely amazing! do you have a book of your work?

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  5. I just don't know where you come up with these ideas. Pleeeeease adopt these to cartoon features soon! BTW, I hope this guy doesn't trip and fall.
    :)

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  6. Hello everybody! I'm glad that you like it!

    Will, I'm afraid not. Not as yet. But Oliver Kurth and I are thinking about doing a sort of Monsters, Beasts and Ogres sketchbook together.

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  7. Super work !! Really funny piccy !!! :)

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  8. My favorite so far for obvious reasons.

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