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i love the way you use the black background things. the horns on the right are really well rendered.superb.
I concur with chilly willy...He kinda reminds me of Mr. Tumnus in Narnia. Good light feel to the piece.
Wow, really love the stuff.
Gabriele i like your drawings more and more!
Gabriele, great blog...man!can you kindly tell me any books that's there on Khal, He too is one of my favourite animators from the legendry "Old Nine Men", but I cant seem to lay any hands on his illustrations...or books or notes... :)cheers manwill come back for more...RegardsGulzar
Gabriele you said the magic word. I LOVE Quentin Blake. He's my favorite illustrator. His stuff is so magical and alive.Thanks for making my day!
These are BEAUTIFUL man. Wonderful life and a great sense of depth . . .wonderful doodles.MAC
Gulzar- About Milt Kahl.Books:"Illusion of Life" by F. Thomas and O. Johnston"Walt Disney's Nine Old Men and the Art of Animation" by John CanemakerInterviews/lectures:http://sewardstreet.comhttp://www.dazland.com/sewardmirror/miltkahl_tracks.htmI hope this will help you.
Thanks for the information, altough I have the books mentioned, but was wondering if Milt himself had ever taken out a book by himself...anyhow thank you once again for your assistance...great blog. :) keep posting...cheersGulzar
Great work as always!martinhttp://martinwittig.blogspot.com/
Fantastic work. Even the simplest sketches show such character and life. Really nice.Noah
I was a huge fan of Quentin Blake when I was child and am often surprised to see how much of an influence now that I'm an adult.
just came across your blog and wanted to make a comment here. i'm also a fan of quentin's work and of the roald dahl stories that he illustrated. i discovered both of them later in life, for some reason. quentin's illustrations are very refreshing to look at. i think a common tendancy is toward perfection in one's work. quentin's a great example of just how unimportant that is. i could probably stand to keep him in mind in much the same way you've suggested. thanks for the thought.
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