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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Icelandic Sportfisher

*UPDATED (WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2007)

Update: Another blade out of my Iceland sketch block:






And this is the previously posted Icelandic sportfisher vehicle:







I swear I saw this josser near Borgarnes. Good job I had my pencil camera with me otherwise you wouldn't believe me.

10 comments:

  1. Your characters designs are amazing!!.. congratulations!!..

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  2. Excellent as always! I love the detail in your designs. Great sketch here.

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  3. Wow, what an imagination you have. I love the gizmo/creature things you come up with. Very fun stuff.

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  4. so very cool! get it?!? Cool, Icelandic!

    OK, I'll stop now.

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  5. Another stunning piece - excellent work!

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  6. Wow! What a great design! Your ideas of how something like this would be put together has always baffled me!

    This is the greatest character you've done thus far! Do more with him (....or them!)

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  7. scheint, dass du einen guten urlaub hattest! Volle Batterien!
    Gruss aus Berlin

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  8. I love the final piece on the ridder.

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  9. High-class as usual, but a litte bit different this time. I like the viking with the strange arm a lot. And the vehicle with the nice little shields is classic.

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