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Monday, January 14, 2008

The Critters In The Trumpet Tree


A few days ago, I had a really nice reunion with fellow animation artist (and magician!) Flaviano Armentaro in Milano, Italy. Right after that I did that piece above with the green critters chit chatting in their tree cafe. (BTW: Tree and characters take part of 'The Recalibrated Fantastic Adventures of Huckleberry Finn')



7 comments:

  1. This is awesome! And those tree branches are more "Dr. Suess" than the stuff Dr. Seuss drew. I love your character designs... you have the most appealing style. It's great.

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  2. wow, i'm without words..
    i'm totally flattered friend! really nice piece and really reflect the atmosphear of that moment, a really nice and friendly conversation. hours are fast flyed away. i hope i can put on my work all your advices, especially about creative freedom and follow hard my way!
    thanks again man, see you in Turin next time.

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  3. Fantastic stuff as usual! And the hunter below is loaded with Scottish goodness!

    Ian

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  4. Howard! Thanks!

    And Shane, this is such a big compliment. I feel highly honoured and like a million dollars :)

    Flaviano! See you, soon! THX!

    Ian, thanks and cheers!

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  5. Hi Florian! Great works, I love your style! Very impressive and expressive! Best regards!

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