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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Monkey King StarDucks Branded; Nuke Sub Suit

Update: Another ruffy, the ACME Nemoland Nuke Sub Suit.


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In a final step, I did a lot of re-editing on my Monkey King piece. I StarDucks-branded the whole thing a little with the assistance of this fellow bird character and a lot of motorpunkish appliances. Alright, colours will follow with the next update. BTW, cheers to Charles, Charlène, Josh and Attilio for the kind feedback on my rough things here. I'm always suprised that those unfinished sketches are that well-liked.


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4 comments:

  1. Great Florian!! I love unfinished sketches, they look awesome and teach a lot of your drawing proccess as well. Very best!

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  2. It is interesting to observe as "chaotic" lines turn to an attractive image.
    It would be interesting to see a photo of your cosy workplace :)

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  3. Needed my "Florian Fix". lol.
    Love the work as always sir.

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  4. Some artists are so inspirational to me. Thank you for sharing and your generosity towards your teaching. You're definitely just one of those kind of artists. :)

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