Fuel

Added some watercolors to the last post

31 comments:

  1. you're skills with watercolors are getting better and better!
    truly inspiring

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  2. Brilliant but I want to know the whole story - where did it come from and where is it going and why. When is the book coming out?!

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  3. You're a creative genius, and I've loved your work for years now. This one here is one of your best. This is why I keep coming back to see each update.

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  4. I want to live in your Universe.

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  5. en admiration devant tant d'imagination, un regal pour les yeux

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  6. Do you find you need to dilute the Noodler's ink to keep it from bleeding into the watercolors?

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  7. insane.. love it! :D hehe.. it's funny how the legs come out in the bottom, bearing the heavy house :)

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  8. No need for any dilution of the ink I just have to wait one day until coloring

    thanks all

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  9. I wasn't coming for a long time but your work is still enormous. It missed me. But I'm french and I'm not sure of my english.

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  10. You have the most incredible imagination. Loving your work, and I definitely need to pick up a copy of your book :D
    You, sir, are an art wizard :P

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  11. This is Awesome, I love everything about it :)

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  12. Anonymous5:09 PM

    Love the detail!

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  13. Wonderful. Love all the fun details!

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  14. This is so great. I have not visited for a while and I am glad I did; inspirational.

    You should try to submit a design or two at Threadless.com ; I think your style would do well there.

    Cheers-

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  15. An excellent illustration

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  16. Wonderful work. Love every little detail!

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  17. wow amazing detail and imagination, thanks for the inspiration :)

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  18. Oooh. Is it fueling itself with a passing pedestrians? And it looks so cute too. Like it's welcoming that poor soul aboard.

    Are all the residents equally complicit with their prisoner who heats and moves their homes about from pasture to pasture?

    Fantastic and brilliant. Thank you.

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  19. Anonymous5:04 AM

    Amazing work! Love it

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  20. I admire your work. This contraption is awesome – even more so are the creatures looking out of the windows!

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  21. what a great imagination you have!

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  22. Lovely work Mattias

    Great idea, sensitively drawn and painted.

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  23. freakishly amazing!

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  24. This is delightful.

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  25. This is delightful.

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  26. Amazing and so well done! Props!

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  27. Wow, very impressive.

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  28. great drawing style

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  29. That's amazing! Love the work.

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