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Monday, July 09, 2007

Red-Nosed Dragons







This is for a New Yorker cosmetics company and their new product for kids. I'll tell what it is, later. For now, I hope that those two green boys will do well at the trade show.

11 comments:

  1. Very nice once again! Love the green underwear :)

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  2. Fantastic! Love the difference in proportions between the two greenies. How do color the actual linework?

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  3. It must have taken a long time to do the plumage. Great stuff as always!

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  4. Turbogeil! These two folks are just marvellous.

    Dragonskin? Something aganst acne?

    You can recognize that it's for a cosmetics company because of the yellow finger nails. Very clever ...

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  5. It was a lot of fun to do these dragons. Thank you!

    Anonymous, I'm colouring the linework on a transparent layer, above the background.

    Richard1, Richard2, Tobias, Oliver :) Thanks!!

    BTW Oliver, you will never guess what it is :)

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  6. WOW! Amazing design and execution, Mr. Satzinger.

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  7. Really amazing character designs, and color palettes as well!!, love your work, so does my little sons, they always ask me to take a look and see if there are some new ducks or "monsters".
    Regards,
    Javier.
    By the way, if you don't matter, I'll link you in my blog.

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  8. Cool work, very nice use of color!

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  9. Cute little green shorts! Dressed superior to Goleo, the German mascot 2006!

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