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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Room With A View

Last week, I stayed in Paris for some duck work related things. And this was the view from my hotel-room: (We had beautiful weather, hadn't we?)



Oh, I forgot to mention that this very off-hand critter scrambled out of my sketchbook and then right out of the window. He must be still somewhere there on that clocktower of Gare de Lyon.


9 comments:

  1. I like the creature, I think there definitely needs to be darker shadows since you can see how dark the shadows are on the building ornaments. I like the design and placement of it all, good stuff sir!

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  2. Hi Philip! Yes, you're absolutely right, those shadows should be darker. Thanks for checking!! :)

    Derek, thanks! :) How's it going, mate? CYA

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  3. I love your Ducks!
    And this creature is amazing!
    Great Photomontage!!!!

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  4. Hey Florian , it´s great , and funny character . I guess he´s a Hotel´s guest.

    Go on!

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  5. Still waiting for the book. The world needs the ART OF SATZINGER!!!! Please. I need a copy to permanently sit on my desk and inspire.

    Rob Sharp,
    sharpbrothers.com

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  6. Very, very funny entity!
    It has come from cinders' hell to kill us laughing.
    Regards

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  7. Awesome! That is wonderful and perfect!

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