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1. Star lines


Happy new year to you all, this is the pre-color version of the death star of a previous post.

11 Comments on Star lines, last added: 1/14/2008
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2. Star Wars, the baroque version part 4

Boba Fett

the Emperor

Yoda



the Baroque Star Wars series made available in my on line Shop: http://mattiasshop.blogspot.com/2007/12/star-wars-baroque-version.html

10 Comments on Star Wars, the baroque version part 4, last added: 12/30/2007
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3. Star Wars, the baroque version part 3


Han Solo being harassed by the puritan squad.

9 Comments on Star Wars, the baroque version part 3, last added: 12/13/2007
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4. Star Wars, the baroque version

the Death Star
Also known as the deadly croissant

Darth Vader
A timeless fashion statement (you just can't go wrong with black)

Stormtrooper
Fighting in style

Chewbacca
Contrary to beliefs Chewbacca uses his own hair not a wig

Princess Leia
Floats a little bit over the rest of us

C-3PO and R2 D2
R2 D2 is not as sophisticated as to warrant a wig

and Introducing as Luke Skywalker: Linnaeus the botanist supreme

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5. The cone


Went over it a last time last night, thought it was a bit pale, now it's off to Berlin and the Christmas machine

With some wash, which make it about time for dinner.

More or less finished with the inking, managed to do some last minutes smudging I got careless close to the finishing line

It's time for lunch, something very unglamorous I can promise you

Made some additional inking, as someone already has mentioned I'm using some pencil on this one, I often do when it comes to some rudimentary symmetry. And it saves a bit on the stomach ache.

Making a suggestion to the exhibition the Christmas machine, I'll post the progress in this post. The start had my hand hurting but I'll better hurry up the deadline is soon.

18 Comments on The cone, last added: 11/26/2007
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6. a Stately rocket


Why shouldn't Astronauts (or maybe Baroqueonauts) be allowed to travel in style?

3 Comments on a Stately rocket, last added: 11/22/2007
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7. Cheeseburger in Paradise: A Quiz

Andrew Smith, editor of the Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink, thinks we should all know a bit more about hamburgers. See how meat-savvy you are below.  Just so you know, I failed.  I guess meat-ignorance comes with being a vegetarian! Answers at the end.

1. The first national hamburger chain was:
A. McDonald’s
B. Bob’s Big Boy
C. White Tower
D. White Castle
E. Wimpy (more…)

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8. PYBOT! Rockets



Here's an illustration that I did to promote Time Machine's Laser Tag... Read the rest of this post

0 Comments on PYBOT! Rockets as of 5/8/2007 10:40:00 AM
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