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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Nemoland Critter

This is a sort of Steampunk-Psychoanalytic interpretation of my lecture work at the Nemoland event 2009.

10 comments:

  1. Hehe. Awesome. All digital?

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  2. :) THANKS JP! I did a very, very loose sketch on paper before, but mostly it's digital done.

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  3. love seeing work in progress. nice job. this one will shape up nicely.

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  4. Hi genius, Riconosco lo stesso maglione che portavi al workshop :)
    bentornati a casa :)

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  5. C.B.! Thanks, I'll post the finished piece, soon...

    Faboun'e! THANK YOU! I'm glad you like it!

    Luca! Big thanks for stopping by! How are you?! Many thanks again for your outstanding hospitality.

    Su! :) THANKS!

    Draw monkey! :) Thanks!

    Black Morgan, small Luca, hi! Right, this critter wears the same hoody :) Cheers! Hope to meet you wonderful people again, soon.

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  6. After exploring much of your awesome blog...I have no doubt that I'm looking at the works of a master artist. Not since the time of Disney, has one seen ducks being drawn so very well and the scenarios you put them in are - just too wild and wonderful. You, Sir, are very inspiring! Really. Many thanks for sharing your brilliance :)

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