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Braithwaite

Posted on Tuesday, March 14th, 2006 under Sketches | No comments

Earlier known only as Johnny Rightbody, our good sir here, Professor Braithwaite is currently a diginified member of the Anthrio-predamortaphylogical Research Committee and is hard at work on developing a cure for the common sneeze.

You can see a more refined view of his exploit-able self by heading over to the "Wallpapers" area.

(Psst ... in case you aren't already, be sure to constantly check out that wallpapers thingy. We only like update it ALL the time!)

Amazingly enough, this one I drew straight to paper with my Sakura Pigma Brush pen ... no pencil, no eraser ... sweet, huh?

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