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Monday, April 07, 2008

Cruising Eagle




Gosh, with no special steampunk equipment or tools?

10 comments:

  1. I always thought this was what those birds were doing while they circled up there---just drifting around, trying to show off how cool they are. Great character!

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  2. Very cool!!
    I love eagles. There is an eagle in my blog too, (a little old, from the 90's he!he!).
    Another great design.
    See you later.

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  3. Yes Sam, absolutely. They don't fly, those birds drive the sky :) Thanks! Same here with your art!

    Felipe! Just checked out your "old eagle"... very cool, great beak! :)
    Many thanks, cu!

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  4. looks like from some instant a baseball ball pass through the circle and hit the eagle right in the face!7
    great color!

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  5. hahah love it


    I wish I could get around that way it would save me a load in gas money!

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  6. Great design, as always, and I love the concept and pose. You do the coolest stuff!

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  7. Great stuff dude. Love the colours.

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  8. I Really love your job...for me it's between Walt Disney and Tex Avery...There is always a small touch of madness, a thing which makes that we always smile...(sorry for my bad english but i'm trying to do progress...arggg)
    Well I was very happy if you could see my "blog" http://laboiteagribouille.blogspot.com/
    and giving me your opinion and some
    advises!

    In fact, I would be very very satisfied to have your opinion if you could give me advice(councils) to progress...
    Say I what according to you does not go thank you in advance.
    Fred.

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