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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Big And Heavy

Update: Stephen Worth posted this wonderful clip over at the Animation Archive Blog: People On Other Planets ("Mars & Beyond", Disney/1957).


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Big And Heavy

After not drawing a while, it feels like if something big and heavy weight down my drawing hand and the lines have it their own way.



10 comments:

  1. Haha..Nice! Love the concept!

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  2. awesome drawings.the vids are great too!!

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  3. I know the feeeeeeeling ! And inside that big head there's a huge brain workin' on concepts, how to make it even harder for us ;o)

    I love your blog, you do a great job. Please, keep going.

    Bye Michael

    P.S. Bin in den kommenden Tagen in Obertauern Skilaufen; hoffe die Schneeverhältnisse sind gut.

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  4. Nearchos, Asier! Many thanks!

    Michael, thanks for stopping by! Cheers! Btw, Obertauern ist ein "Schneeloch", dort bin ich schon als Kind herumgeschossen. Du kannst bestimmt z.Z. mit gut 1Meter Schnee rechnen. Hier hast du es ganz genau: Obertauern

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  5. is amazing how your work is as spontaneous, very good!

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  6. Thank you so much for the wonderful work you display on your blog - it is a true joy and inspiration!

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  7. Favoloso :) anche io voglio sto mostrone :)saluti Maestro

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  8. Ah! Love the idea, reminded me of how much i miss live painting!:(

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