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Thursday, June 03, 2010

The Elephant With A Beak

Well, unsurprisingly for me, the elephant got a beak.

However, surprisingly, no motorpunk device or thing anywhere. Apropos deformation, look what Andrei did on the Wolfman! Holy moly!

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  1. I absolutely love your work! I know you must get a thousand and one comments like this, but hey, one more wont affect whether you can fit through a door or not. I've just got back from the printers with my first illustrated book, albeit I'm heartbroken by my epic spelling, I do love it, it's magical. Keep doodling. xxx

  2. I like this! Lines and Shapes are inspiring.

  3. AWESOME Elephbeak!:o)
    I like how you designing his legs also.
    And THANKS for the Wolfman.:o)

  4. What a wonderfull BLOG you have!Highly inspired! Best wishes from Brazil!

  5. Beautiful works.
    Magic, beautiful works.

  6. Wow, I really like the banner at the top of the screen. I've always loved sketches, as a matter of fact, I prefer leaving my drawings on pencil, they look nicer.