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He is the vine …

Posted on Saturday, February 25th, 2006 under Sketches | No comments

I was commissioned by Rick Pandolph to do this piece for a lesson he taught this week regarding Christ and illustrating the points through the familiar metaphor of the vine, the branches and the fruits.

I think this turned out great ... and not just the one-off, either! I photocopied a few for Rick and it reproduced magnificiently. Again, thank you magic workers of the mighty Sakura Pigma team!

Btw, I drew these late late late at night (or really early in the morning), while watching The Prince of Egypt and El Dorado - two really great animated movies!

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