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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Icelandic Berserk



  1. Awesome! Where do you come up with all your ideas?
    Thank you for the kind words on my blog as well. I figured you of all people would appreciate the Space Apes!

  2. wow--most excellent work--i just happened to stumble upon your site--really great stuff--i will be making this a routine stop on my web browsing...

  3. Such a great design as always Florian!

  4. Just looked through most of your posts, really great style and imagination! Impressive.

  5. Great stuff, Florian! I'm glad to have found your blog!

  6. great character love the helment
    and also wanted to say that i love the character in the last post too!! great work mate!

  7. Super Helm! Trotz Axt guckt er ja ein wenig beschränkt aus der Wäsche. Aber vielleicht macht Ihn gerade das so gefährlich ...