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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Semi-Rough Sketch


This, then, is a nice example for a semi-rough sketch, it's much more definite than the samples I posted the other day.

Update: Here's a little winter colour inspiration. I took those shots in my hometown's city park, today in the early morning.


BTW, I'm in the – literally – lucky position to be buddy-buddy with 'Lucky Luke' artist Achdé, so, guess what I got in my mailbox, last week?:



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2 comments:

  1. Amazing as always! Nice Sketches

    Super what you have found in your mailbox! I can imagine that your are Lucky ... and you know what? You diserve it, enjoy It

    Oh yeah, congratulations whith the
    2 306 subscribers! that's alot my friend. I hope that's a huge boost for the hard work you do! and the path that is in front of you
    good night

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  2. Great work and beautiful Book I think about the work of the friend Achdé..... but... do understand the book in French ...!!??????
    ;)

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