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Friday, January 23, 2009

Progress

Things are making progress. Slow progress maybe, but progress...


Uh, before I forget, the Lucky Duck will come next post, promised. I'm still quite held up with "computer crash things".


7 comments:

  1. T H I S ONE IS G R E A T ! ! !

    Love it ! so fun !
    Awesome character !

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  2. heh love the character charm in the sketch. For an animator to animate your work, the character almost say what they are like in that single concept pose. Very kewl.

    Hope your system restore is going well.

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  4. hey florian,

    impressive as always. a true paper walker. stay creative in 09.

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  5. Brian,Faboune, thanks!! :)

    Jon, big thanks, system is back working, btw :)

    C.B. same here, Sir! Thanks!

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  6. Awesome work. Very Chuck Jones-ish.

    Its fun to see you do cats every now and then.

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