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Friday, March 20, 2009

Beginning of Spring; 4 Armed Hero

Today's view from my studio's balcony. Hello spring ;)

And this is a view on my drawing desk. The view from 2007, actually. As a matter of fact, some work pieces or sample sheets from that year:

Update: This four armed hero was my favorite to draw during this project. He likes to do yoga btw...


  1. I looooovveeee your yours , I'm disigner too , coment in my draws please ???


  2. Cool!, really love that crazy machine in the second image:)

  3. I just found your blog by the Achdé's blog, and I like your works.
    It's great to see some good illustrations like yours!

  4. Very awesome, your work is very beautiful. I like shapes, machines, inventiveness and the great expressiveness of it. I also like your colors very much.

  5. Sweet update! Many thanks for showing us this.

  6. Really great work! Good imagination! Cool!

  7. Derek, indeed :)

    Renato, thank you - I'll visit your blog in a minute...

    Javi, gracias :) Wild thing, no?

    Valdimir, big thanks! - you do wonderful paintings!

    Ideo, cheers to Achdé for bringing you here :) Thanks!

    Gyal, thanks for the wonderful comment about my works. :)

    Derek, you're welcome :)

    David :) Thanks a bunch.