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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Ars Electronica Orb Ship

We're off to the Ars Electronica Center for lectures and others in the scope of the NextComic Festival. If you're in the Linz area (Upper Austria) you might want to stop by... Achdé ("Lucky Luke") is with us, too!

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  1. You're drawings are always so much fun to look at. Have a great time at your event :]

  2. Great designs! The order of the pictures is a bit worrying though ... it suggests you're planning to land your Orb ship on stage at AE. Be careful, will you?

  3. You really did great in your workshop and it was lots of help so I am really glad that I was there. I was constantly like omg-how-amazing-how-lucky-am-i-? *_* *discovered the workshop by contingency as I was listening to the radio because the advertising about the nextComicFestival was really bad* But I wish I would have been at your lecture as well because I bet it was epic. :<

  4. I love everything about your work.
    The design, draftmenship, color,
    composition- everything about your work is strong and flowing with great appeal of the past taken into
    these days with a twist.Great stuff!

  5. Nice style, nice technique and very cool.


  6. Anonymous! :) Cheers!

    Kendra! Cheers too!

    Arjan, ;) Thanks for the nice comment, I was indeed very careful at the landing.

    Astrid! Thanks for the kind feedback!

    Tony, I'm a big fan, thanks for the smashing compliment, I appreciate that very much!

    Luciano! MANY THANKS!