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Friday, June 01, 2007

Imaginary Friend

Above: work in progress


This ogre has a quarrel with his imaginary friend, Harold, who lives right under a finger-nail.

9 comments:

  1. It makes me happy to know that even really good artists still need to make a whole heap of rough blue pencil lines sometimes, a trait I often am ashamed of having after looking at how some people can just draw it all in one go.

    In short, you are very inspirational to me.

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  2. I love the austrian's touch

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  3. Oh my, awesome work!!!!! O_O

    please visit my draw-factory blog ^_^

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  4. I'm really waiting for your colouring tricks...post!
    as for this one...its wonderful to see how u take that doodle to the end...
    great ya!
    I wish you all the best!

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  5. I always start a drawing with the blue pencil. There's something about the control you have over it that allows you to flesh out your character.

    Really fun-looking!

    Here's a question I've been wanting to ask you, Florian: How long does it take you to do each character, approximately?

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  6. damn I love your roughs

    it's so well built

    I think like Piram

    amazing job!!

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  7. Frasier, Thierry, Nick, Piram, Kaek, Gulzar, Richard, Bouss!

    Many, many, thanks! By the way, what is "the austrian's touch"? Are there some characteristics or features in my work?

    Richard, the rough sketching takes about 10-15 minutes. Not longer. But considering all things (like concept, research, thumbnails, pre-sketches, etc.) it takes up to 2-3 hours.

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