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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Pet Bogeys

Update (Wednesday, May 13, 2009): Recently, I sended a bundle of original roughs to Florence for an exhibition. Hope they'll like my scratchy pieces...


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Original post from Tuesday:
I did those so long ago that the paper of the original sketches is turning yellow... creepy.



The same goes for the paper of this sketch, btw. But who cares?

12 comments:

  1. Fantastic variety in shape and design, excellent work.

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  2. Wowy wow wow. LOVE the boxy monster.

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  3. Yea, who cares when the designs work! And we're living in Photoshop-age. Fantastic work as always. I would've loved to take part in you workshop. It's just a bit too far away!
    Take care!

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  4. man i dig your work! love the shape variety in the lineup!

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  5. your roughs are amaaazing!!

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  6. un estilo muy personal y suelto....brav0!

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  7. just a big thank you to work on a french fan

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