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Thursday, December 11, 2008

StarDucks Design Work By Degrees

By this example (I showed the finished piece "birdish critter on horse" once before) a great inspiring key element was a sort of external component, a design driven clay figurine of a horse bought at a crafts shop while I was in Montevideo some months ago...


Btw, much more about the StarDucks project and its influences and thoughts behind will follow in the next issue of the GOmotion Magazine... (Cheers to Marta)




16 comments:

  1. Nice cute charater as allways. I added your blog as my favorites.

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  2. The little thumbnail drawing (top left) makes me shout! Great!

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  3. Your work continually inspires me!

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  4. Great work Mr Florian, u r in my favourite blogs..i wish i had ur mail too.

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  5. That is one great looking horse. I love those tiny little legs.

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  6. I imagine an army of these guys marching to destroy something like the Death Star but on the ground.

    A Star Wars fan, I am...

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  7. love the limited pallete on this one!!

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  8. Hi my name is Pablo Vaquero of Argentina and after visiting this blog I would like to give me an opinion on my work

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  10. your designs are amazing! glad i found your blog.

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  11. I'm still waiting for your mail florian :s
    cheers!

    =)

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  12. great shapes! It's cool to see the process stuff too.

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  13. WOW! Duck Chiscotte!! hehehe...stupendo!

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