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Monday, July 05, 2010

Paper Ladder

There's not much to say about this one except that I use lines of action like twisted stave lines of sorts.


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8 comments:

  1. Thanks Florian.
    For comment on my humble blog, hopefully learn a lot from you, and maybe become friends, because I would like to learn some techniques of how to present a good portfolio and if I have potential to get a job at some stage or studio ae in Canada.

    I would be very grateful even hugs Edu.

    And my email is eduardoesa@i.com.br

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  2. Thank you Florian.
    for commenting on my humble blog, hopefully learn a lot from you, and perhaps become friends, I would like to learn some techniques that you use and how to present a good portfolio, and would have potential?
    There are job opportunities there in Canada? or an internship in a studio?

    I would be grateful to get some response.
    my email is eduardoesa@i.com.br


    hugs Edu.

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  3. I absolutely love your work. You seem to love multi-armed creatures as much as I do. :D

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  4. Yep ! 's up on your desk ? everyday I come and saw a lot of new things here.. you're a machine ;) ....ok I see... this drawing points out one already to me appeared… sympathetic nerve here to see the progression on photoshop…!

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  5. Brilliant! thanks so much for showing your progress - it really helps get a better appreciation of your process and your illustrations ^_^

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  6. Wonderful composition Florian. I love how you have drawn these paper sheets as if they were stairs... A good job of planification. Great one again!

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  7. Woo! This stuff is fun! Are you taking any pre-orders for your book? I needs it!

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  8. Eduardo, DJ, Faboun'e, Lesley, Antonio, Steve! :) Thank you so much for the kind feedback!

    BTW Steve, I think that you can pre-order the book here: brandstudiopress.com

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