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Monday, October 10, 2011

Drawing Process Clip (Paperwalker TV)

I accidently recorded only parts of the Motorbambi drawing process. Anyway, I pieced a clip together from the parts I saved. 'Hope you like it still...

Apropos Motorbambi: Here's a hilarious pic I stumbled across at Superpunch, a dog in an AT-AT costume:

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  1. Hey Florian!, your Bambi is slightly out of model, haha! It's great, your videos are always amazing. As for the "out of model", it's perhaps one of the most frightening sentences for any artist working on licensed characters. Very best!!!

  2. Great video..!! Nice to see that ..!!!! thx ..!

  3. Javier! Absolutely right, this ugly birdish skipper is way out of model, hahaha... cheers for the kind comment!