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Posted on Friday, October 21st, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

So all day yesterday I was drawing. Before work, in between projects at work, as soon as I got home, etc.

I will spare you some of the many sheets of stuff like hands and heads and signatures and just show off some character work for "something" I am currently conceptualizing.

Enjoy. (By the way, everyone seemed to laugh at the effeminate way the first character is holding himself. Hehe.)

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