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Saturday, April 04, 2009

StarDucks Rider

Sorry for not posting in a while. I had some really serious troubles with a new clean-up technique. Anyway, the things work well, now ... this piece was done the old way, btw.


  1. hi, great job!
    i`ve posted a drawing in my blog and i hope you like it. i really like your work and hoper to work as animator soon.

  2. More amazing stuff from Austrian ingenuity!! I still don't know how you do it!


  3. It's an amazing work again, and I like your previews with the blue pen.

  4. Hola Florian! terribles tus trabajos, terribles, increible el color, tu imaginacion... sublime, pasate cuando y quieras y si queres agrega me en tus links, saludos

  5. Fantastic!

    they way that guy is perched on the very edge of that thing's head gave me a good chuckle.

    I love it!