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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Colours!

As promised, here's the finished thing. Some pieces from the process will follow, like colour palette etc.


The colour palette I used in this design:

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12 comments:

  1. 1 Word! Amazing :-)

    Another little question:
    When we get mor to see from StarDucks?

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  2. HA...this is great! I can totally see a relationship between the three...and don't even get me started on the design. :) Well done Florian!

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  3. Great!! I love the design of the creature!!

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  4. I love his tiny little legs compared to his body. I would not want the job of working on the mouth end.

    The color scheme is awesome.

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  5. Nice work!
    I also have a little question

    Do you care about perspective when you start sketching? If yes how do you handle it, THNX!

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  6. amazing work, amazing blog!

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  7. finally! yay! :) again, thanks for sharing!

    -Charles

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