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Thursday, April 12, 2007

Rosy Future





A dear old friend of mine asked me to be his wedding invitation card designer. (I mean, what else could it be other than ducks with mad gimmicks!)

6 comments:

  1. Uf,it´s just lovely , you friend must to be very grateful

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  2. Your work is so beautiful and cool. Your lines have that same thin precision as a hero of mine, Milt Kahl. I really really dig your character design sense.

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  3. Hey, that's the first time I've seen one of your ducks in female form......or....uh.............dress. Fun stuff!

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  4. Jose, Hethe, Richard! Thanks!!

    (Hethe, Milt Kahl!! I never got a compliment like that before. And I return the compliments. I am a big fan of your art. Thanks for coming by my spot.)

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  5. So you're also asked to do that kind of stuff. But you've solved the problem very cleverly by doing what you like to do the most: DUCKS!

    And it's wonderful picture too!

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  6. I love your art and i especially love this drawing which is so charming and touching i guess for your friend. I especially love your female ducks with so sweet hair feathers...
    Bravo! ;)

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