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Day 2007-12-22

Posted on Saturday, December 29th, 2007 under Sketches | No comments


Day #16

If the solace of life has keep you from the bread river, look deep past the snarl’s embrace.

You will find that socks don’t bite and vested vestigials don’t sing. Rays of light are more for fright and less for fear.

Okay, so I am back to the felt-tip brush pen and as you can see, the details are much better and the line work is cleaner. I was messing a little bit with the interplay of the characters and the containing borders … I think I like this! Enjoy!

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