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Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Johnny Seven, Secret Sam And Agent Zero M

Even though, or just because of that, this looks and sounds quite strange from today's perspective, I wanted to share this "James Bond-ish" or rather "cold-war-ish" or just "war-ish" Johnny Seven vintage toy commercial that I stumbled upon again recently. Which by the way inspired the gun design of this older big-game hunter character sketch I did a couple of years ago.


Not forgetting Topper Toys' Secret Sam, Mattel's Agent Zero M (Zero M is the young Kurt Russel, right?) and American Toys' Dick Tracy Raygun Target Game:




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5 comments:

  1. Love this little guy! What a rifle!

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  2. Florian,
    Great job on this character!
    and what great reference too!

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  3. very cool character design!
    another amazing work

    More...I...need...more...!
    you...are...source...inspiration...!!

    Thnx:
    Oh yea, can you show us pictures of your working place and maybe another video

    I know, i'm an addict of your work

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  4. Derek, Dough :) Cheers!

    Anonymous, thanks :) Sure, I will do my best to provide you another drawing process film, here. On occasion, I will post a pic of my work place, too. Promise!

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  5. Me = Very happy!
    You = very talented!

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