Modus operandi

Same procedure, I must be dense. The smaller spread just didn't have enough details..

8 comments:

  1. If it can be of any help :
    http://www.gillesvidal.com/blogpano/cockpit1.html

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  2. You put so much crazy detail into your work its incredible you have patience of a saint haha.

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  3. Oh yeah! A cheese slicer is always useful in a cockpit!^^

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  4. Anonymous11:20 PM

    I just saw one of your illustrations in NYT magazine (I think!) and hurried to your blog to make sure it was you. How awesome. You attention to detail makes me tired. :)

    How long does it take, on average, to finish a drawing? Um, how long does it take to do the drawing?

    I love pen and ink. It once took me a week to do an armadillo. :) It was a class assignment. How many nibs do you go through in a month? Do you ever spill ink on a drawing? Do you think you should be on 60 Minutes? I think they should do a segment on you.

    Does your wife ever get tired of you sitting all day? Do you consider what you do to be work or play? Did you go to art school?

    Thanks.

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  5. My god?! Amazing hand drawing! Are you making money on this? It's a pity if not.

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  6. Never enough details. lol That is a great motto for life.

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  8. Love the insight into the scale of the work...

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