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Sunday, October 07, 2007

The Dainty Mr. Wolf

He's very ambitious, but a tiny bit too cold-blooded. Anyway, what do you think of my two-handed painting and drawing technique? I could do that while doing a handstand and using my feet to handle the paintbox and...

"Put up evidence or shut up!"



  1. Great work with Mr Wolf, Florian! Is really inspiring. Love the hair of his amrs.

    Also you are very clever in developing such an amazing two-handed painting technique... but I was wondering, how many hands do you have? if you´re using both hands for painting you must need an extra one for the handstand, jejeje.

    Amazing work as always! Thanks a lot for visiting my blog, I really apreciate you took the time.

  2. Very cool as usual. The two handed approach explains a lot.

    Thanks so much for visiting and even more taking the the time to comment on my blog!! I am still stunned that you even stopped by! I hope that the finished piece is worthy of a second look!

    Your fan,

  3. Wow great work - I've not checked your blog in a while - and you are amazingly prolific! Really fabulous stuff! keep it up!

  4. thanx for stopping by my blog...real compliment coming from you..your work is fantabulous...love your designs..very classical and well executed..good ideas too...reminds me a little bit of Bluth..which is one of my favs...I'll be watching ..

  5. i imagined that this was how you worked.

    I also figured you taped a mouse to your elbows and a key board to your knees to post this up WHILE you were drawing it...


  6. I will take the two hands technique course.. obviously if you were the teacher.. your work is so inspirational..

  7. Many, many thanks for all the favs, kind words and comments!