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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Pixel 3.0 Symposium, Vienna


BTW: This October, we'll speak at the Pixel 3.0 Symposium about our developmental work etc. I'll add some more information to this post a little later - I'm still abroad. A big sorry for not answering e-mails at the moment. I'm too busy with travelling, presentations etc. I'll reply as soon as I'm back at the studio. Update (WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008): Alright, here's a wee bit more on the Pixel Symposium in Vienna (Oct 25 and 26). So far as I know dear colleague Maryam Laura Moazedi (StarDucks Prod.) will be there with me as well as Lee Stringer (LucasArts) and one of the good boys from Ambient Entertainment.


10 comments:

  1. great work!!!!
    i´m a huge fan of your art..
    you are a huge inspiration for me!! and please don´t give up with the idea of releasing a sketchbook!!
    take care

    luiz h.

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  2. Hehe luv the ducks man, your poses are always fun. Even the simplest of scenes the gestures just flow nicely.

    Keep up the good work.

    Jon

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  3. That would be the joke of the year I we would meet for our long arranged coffee chat in Vienna instead of Graz ;)

    cheers

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  4. Wonderful drawing! I do hope to make the Graz trip next time the draw jam meets!

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  5. Great job !!
    Wonderful roughs and pictures!!

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  6. i love your style and the colors.i enjoyed some your design.your line really amiable and amazing.

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  7. Awesome stuff as always Florian...good luck at the conference

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  8. I would love to go there are check your work and every else because I think that early work stages are the best.

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