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Saturday, January 07, 2012

More Old School Things To Come

Stay tuned...

Photos © Satzinger & Hardenberg Feat. W.r.r.

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  1. Man, One word... AMAZING!
    And I also like the interesting changes at the left side...

    Sir Florioan Satzinger you have my attention!
    I think it's gonna be a fantastic Paperwalker year.
    You have my support
    Good luck!!

  2. Bruno! Many thanks, that's great to hear! :)

    Steve, cheers!! :)

    Anonymous, hahaha, indeed, I hope that too, many thanks for your kind feedback and lovely wishes!

  3. What ever method you use to do your work it always comes out great.But the old school method just seems to add somthing very organic and appealing.Sort of the soul directly kissing the paper.

  4. Tony! Thanks a bunch for your kind comment! I'll post more old school things, soon. Again, many thanks for the lovely feedback, I appreciate that very, very much.

  5. I really really love your work! Such an inspiration!

  6. Great work! I love the process. Its cool to see that I'm among other artist that start off pretty rough in the early stages.

  7. Caerphilly! Thanks for the feedback!

    Darnell, cheers! I start always as rough as I can. That really helps me to focus on shape, form and volume of the design.