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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Bravebird With Helmet And Horns; Zombiebird Portrait

Update: Apropos Zombiebird - 'bird' being the operative word. I did this funny chap some weeks ago (cf. Walburga Potts).





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Pretty life... deathlike portrait.

15 comments:

  1. I love this... if this thing existed as a 3D portrait I could hang in my home, I would totally buy one. Also, I love the way you handle drawings of hands... I learn a lot from your skethces. I just wish I could duplicate it. Great stuff, man.

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  2. I can't get over how dimensional this zombie is! I've learned tonnes about construction from your designs that just never really sank in when I was learning animation, and for that I thank you!

    I'm curious as to how you go about colouring your designs. Have you done a video, much the same as the ones of you sketching, where you go through your colouring process? If you haven't done anything like that, then I guess this is my official formal request :D

    Your work is awe inspiring! Can't wait to see the next design!

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  3. Great illustration with terrific portatrait, (and charismatic stile, as usual,...) ¿have you ever made a BD /comic or something similar? if yes, where i can find it...? thanks

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  4. It's like the scene in The Ring, with the TV, only scarier.


    Another great picture.

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  5. To stand with your back to the wall, wouldn't help in this case ... scary!

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  6. I can't understand how you clean your line.. I just can't..

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  7. Hi Florian;
    you have a fenomenal creativity,beautiful style too,love your work,truly one of the best!
    It would be interesting to see if the way you cleans and colour your pencils is what I think it is...;)
    ciao

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  8. Shane! Many thanks for the "hands-compliment". I feel highly honored.

    Dave, it's my pleasure! Concerning the video: 'hope that I can get this done sometime in the coming year...

    Tobio, Mark, Oliver! :)

    Bogar, it's just the "old" blue-box trick. After scanning the blue lines simply vanish.

    Pasquale, thanks a bunch!!

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  9. Hallo Florian!

    Es ist immer wieder schön deine Illustrationen zu Bewundern!
    und dir ein Dankeschön mitteilen, dass du so oft dein blog aktualisierst!!

    Lieber Gruss!

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  10. I really liked the bravebird, trully inspiring

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  11. Another great character! Actually, contrary to the rest of ya being scared of him, I'd actually start petting him!!!

    And I really agree with S.T. Lewis on this one: your hands are top-notch! I've actually learned something from them, particularly when that's a weak point in my drawing.

    All the best!

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  12. I fall in love about your character. What a good manuality. You are a great artist! See you soon, bye!

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  13. Hey Uwe,
    Love the Zombie Bird, well, love everything but Zombie Bird is special.
    Great work as usual.
    ULI

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  14. Did I say Uwe? Heck, the antibiotics are playing havoc with my brain, sorry Ralph...ahm Bill...err....heck, oh ya, FLORIAN.

    Sorry Pal

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  15. Uli, it's good to have you back. Cheers!!

    Claudio, Richard, Luiz! THX!!

    Robi, vielen, vielen Dank für deinen netten Kommentar! Ich kann das Kompliment nur zurueckgeben!

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