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Posted on Saturday, August 27th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

What do you guys think of this one? Drawn on a much bigger, 8.5"×11" sheet, I had the freedom to use the full range of my drawing/inking pens, including the Sharpie. I think it came together nicely, with just a few quirks about his figure that I would change.

I probably won't color him, but it sure was fun.

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