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Saturday, April 12, 2008

Toby Skybuckle: The Mad Mapmaker



I did this piece last Christmas while doing some Toby Skybuckle vis-dev work. I dedicate this to fellow colleague Didier "Crisse" Christpeels.

11 comments:

  1. Very cool, Florian - the colors are really really nice in this one!!!

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  2. it's the first time I could do that I don't like this one, the design..maybe.

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  3. Simon, Marcelo! Thanks!

    Bryst, many thanks for the constructive feedback. I wanted to make him scatty and unlikeable. Succeeded! ;)

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  4. ^^ all right so! I go to link you on my blog, after all I love your stuff.

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  5. Pardon me for interrupting, but I LOVE this fellow!

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  6. Hi Florian, beautiful drawings, thanks for sharing them, I love the sketch of the cruising eagle. It feels very much alive!

    Salud!

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  7. Your work is gorgeous! What tools do you use to ink your drawings, if you don't mind me asking?

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  8. I love your art! great composition and not to mention coloring. Great pieces all around!I'll be dropping in here more often!

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