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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Scrapyard Stormy Feather





"Excuse me, may I get through?"

14 comments:

  1. Great stuff! Do you use masks and gradiants in Photoshop? Or do you just use the airbrush tool without?

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  2. Bin immer wieder erfreut von den Besten lernen zu dürfen.
    Sonnige Grüße

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  3. Hi, would you like exchange our blog's links? Mi name is Paola and my blog's address is http://paolapozzessere.blogspot.com
    In my blog you could find my email address. Bye, Paola

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  4. excelentes ilustraciones!!!
    saludos

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  5. I love all your designs, but this one stands out among them! Very cool and mysterious.

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  6. Hey man, great blog! Really nice drawing :)

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  7. This is really funny! A guy (or some entity) controlling a vertically poised bird-like machine? Florian, I would love to see you do a children's book with this stuff.....Actually, I think you have....or am I wrong?

    Keep posting, bro!

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  8. great idea!!.. and great technique too!!..

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  9. awesome! I like that these vehicles ar so alive!

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  10. Excellent! Beautiful designs and great style...
    so appealing! I'll be around often!

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  11. Too awesome for words.... ok, one word will work... AMAZING!

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  12. This is simply amazing!!!!
    You are officially linked and I am truly proud to say it!

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  13. THANK YOU ALL!

    Paola, Adrian, I'll update my links, too :)

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