After the merger

Well it evolved into another airplane, not Gothic and not baroque but a merger between the two. I might color it, hope you all had a nice weekend, I blinked to long and it was over...

11 comments:

  1. It's so fantastic it doesn't need a comment but I thought I had better when I saw Tommy Kane's blog!! ;) Thanks to you and your mother!

    I think there was some mysterious time warp this weekend because that's what happened to mine here in Geneva too. BTW, what sort of power is in those engines to get that plane off the ground?

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  2. I'd hate for you to feel obliged to Comment Felicity, it's already hard feeling relaxed with all this internetting things. Your comments tend to enlighten my bloggin (sounds like a curse) life though (O no, more pressure), sorry

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  3. Yes, it's a terrible obligation especially when there is no let up in your drawing standard!

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  4. mattias!
    nästa gång du gör en film där du tecknar vore det roligt att få se lite närmare...man vill ju gärna se hur pennstrecken dras osv. så om du kan, zooma in lite mer!
    ha det gott!

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  5. Ska se vad jag kan hitta på, det bästa vore kanske att låta någon annan filma. Och helst skulle jag vilja speeda upp klippet...
    snart tack Anne

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  6. Are there any security checkpoints before the passengers board? In the U.S., we have to take our shoes off and put them through a machine. Curse that shoe-bomber!

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  7. I think the gargoyles are going to have to flap their wings to get it to fly

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  8. This is AWESOME!! How high can it fly?!

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  9. This is a no shoes airplane Terry, actually we prefer people to leave their clothes at home, we have a hire-a-robe program.
    The Gargoyles are part of the secret behind it's ability of flying

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  10. I'd love to live in this house ;) It make me think about the Howl's Moving Castle in a very different style...

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