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Sunday, July 22, 2007

The Scared Ogre





This poor wretch was scared by Andrew. I'll show how Andrew looks after my vacation. By the by, I uploaded a short and, unfortunately, unsharp pre-sketch movie onto YouTube:




So, that will do now! Happy Holidays!

23 comments:

  1. And anoher great one for the growing collection! Great expression.

    I'm glad you used a high speed camera to record the clip and slowed it down. As you might not know, Mr. Satzinger does these sketches on fireproofed paper at the speed of light and therefore not visible for the human eye. Only the pencils go up in flames occasionally ... :)

    Have a nice holiday!

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  2. Es ist Phantastisch! Den Vielen Dank!

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  3. Thanks, man! Love your work. Hoping to see more youTube process videos, it's very interesting to me. Cheers!

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  4. Cool video... I just wish it went on longer. As always, I love your sketches.

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  5. OOOOOOOOOhhhh! I like this one a lot! Have a good break!

    ULI

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  6. great work! please put together a DVD or book on character design!

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  7. Wow! Thank you so much for sharing this quick video Florian. Your work is like always, amazing!

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  8. Brilliant work Florian! I'm amazed at your ability to create so much variety in your characters, and yet your style is so distinctive. You're work inspires!

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  9. Your you can draw all that you imagine facility to form it in the paper

    its amazing

    Sorry for my English !!!!!!!!!

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  10. Thank you for sharing your video clip. Your work is just fantastic. Every time I come to your blog I'm amazed by it.

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  11. Rapid but instructive.

    Your drawing is always well in volume.

    Always also impressionant.

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  12. Perfectly! Your characters are very plastic, I получаюот them am a lot of inspiration

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  13. You are absolutely my new favorite illustrator/character designer. I love everything about your style. Most especially the sketchy/pencilly drawings that remind me of my favorite old Disney movies - Robin Hood, Aristocats, Jungle Book, etc.

    Please post more soon!

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  14. I have to agree with Oliver here. I wish I could whisk characters this awesome and as fast.

    Florian, have you worked in animation before?

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  17. Your skills are so amazing and watching you sketch like that was just ... well I don't even know how to say it. Your ideas are so original and I wish they would all make the big screen.

    Inspirational.

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  18. Oh wow! Many, many thanks for all the wonderful comments everyone!!

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