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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

«Stuff To Throw At Monster»

Yesterday, I got sent the Photoshop files of Eric Goldberg's and my "art clash". One can easily see what a true master Eric Goldberg is, while I started with a lot of scribbling (monster), he nearly inked his piece (fox) right away. The topic was BTW "catch me if you can", take a look:


Here are a few snapshots of our battleground at the PIXEL conference. Sorry for the photos' blurry quality, those were just quick shots taken with my phone, only seconds after the battle's end.

4 comments:

  1. only just noticed the writing he put on the bag. nice touch :D

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  2. Hey Daniel, absolutely, love this little detail, too!

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