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Monday, March 02, 2009

Blue Pencils

I'm back to my drawing desk after a shorter "drawing mission" abroad...



Btw, Dr. Jones stopped in Dijon and did some really nice sketches.

5 comments:

  1. yay! May your desk welcome you back by producing many awesome sketches! :)

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  2. Nice expression on this one!

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  3. i really,really,really like your concepts. Those are really nice man.Very inspiring to me. It makes me wanna draw more.lol. Hey what medium do you use mostly? By the way, If you have a chance ccan you come check out my blog and see what you think? Thanks.

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  4. Heh wow had no idea your rough concepts are so, rough. Still easy to see the flow of action and the poses.

    very cool, and welcome back to the drawing desk =D But we all know the drawing desk needs you, you don't need the desk, paper and clipboard works all to well ^^

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  5. Nathan, thanks, I'll do my best. Cheers!

    Derek! Thanks!

    Edgar, nice to hear that! Btw, mostly I use col-erase pencils and ordinary sketch book paper. I'll check out your blog right now...

    Jon, thanks! Yeah, right :) Thanks for stopping by!

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