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Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Eagle

Old piece, re-visited. I don't draw hands that big anymore, do I?

7 comments:

  1. Sometimes..Yes..why not ?! Its cool.

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  2. Florian - the hands are not too big.

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  3. Your one of those type of artists Florian who skills are so strong that your characters never lose their appeal from concept to compleation.Sometimes a character or background will look great in the drafting stage but then lose it when fully rendered. This is not the case with your work.

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  4. @Norman, Larry, many thanks for the feedback!!
    @ Tony, many, many thanks again for sharing your thoughts on my work. What you say means a lot to me, it is most appreciated.

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  5. Tolle Zeichnungen auf Deinem Blog! J

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  6. @Johannes, vielen Dank! Du machst schoene Sachen!

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