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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Behind The Margins

I did this rough piece a little more than a week ago or so. I was playing around with the idea or question what on earth is happening behind the margins of the CTN animation expo's poster. And this is the answer, at least from my motorpunkish point of view.

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  1. I'm always impressed by your rough stuff! Thanks for sharing.

  2. great job! as always
    You can see how you think while you draw.

    I am also waiting eagerly to see more off toby skybucle..
    And how is it with the starducks project.

    You are a true inspiration,
    what we learn from you is priceless
    and I hope you will continue blogging

    But it would be great to see the finished drawings also.

  3. Amazing work!
    What I want to know,
    what is the usual size of your canvas?


  4. Will you be there this year? Booth, panel, or attendee?

  5. Derek, big thanks for your ongoing feedback here, I appreciate that very, very much!

    Anonymous, Toby Skybuckle and StarDucks are delayed a little because of an animation design job I had to accept under all circumstances. I'll keep you updated! BTW, finished drawings will follow :)

    Ad canvas size, normaly I work in A3 format (landscape, 400dpi).

    Cheers for the wonderful feedback!

    Brett, yes, I will be there. I'm invited as a speaker.

  6. Great, can't wait! Beautiful work and I look forward to hearing the panel. If you walk the floor I'll have a booth and it would be great to meet you. Again, beautiful work as always.