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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Paperwalker TV: Episode 3, "The Critter Within"

I have to slow down updates here on my blog for a little while. Well, I will not stop posting. I'm just scaling back my output a little. Anyways, I recorded another work-in-progress piece lately. The clip is not very long but it shows the entire initial rough process - which I think is the most important part anyway. I titled the clip "The Inner Critter" or "The Critter Within". You can watch the clip over here (please click on the image or the link below):


Work In Progress Clip 3 on Vimeo
Software used: Photoshop CS4 · Tablet: Wacom Intuos 4

Clip stills:




7 comments:

  1. Hahaha...Now, that makes sense! Outstanding work mate!

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  2. Love watching your works in progress. It's very nice to share with us your technics... Thanks, man!

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  3. yeah that´s cool. I just love your work. Your little critters are so fantastic. I just can´t get enough of it. Thanks for this great inspiration.
    Zu schade, dass du jetzt weniger häufig postest. ;)

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  4. Fantastic! As I already saw the pencils of the Star Ducks pilot pages I only can say now: everybody here should get prepared for some funky madness!!! :)

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  5. wow! what a great design! beautiful drawing

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  6. Brilliant as always man, the videos are great.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by, thanks to all of you!!

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