Finished thei image, the process was wonderful like a morning mantra during the weekend over christmas. Scanning was a pain eight scans to get the complet image and still I had problems fitting it all together A zoomable version of the spreadToying with the idea of making an interior to it
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While I was in France two week's ago I got some live comments regarding this image, they said that they had seen this image in print in a french book, (or possible a image that look's exactly the same). It would be interesting if someone recognize the publication. Going away to Lübeck for a couple of days, but autoblogger will post some random images while I'm away.
Back from Rendez vu de Carnet de voyage had a wonderful time, meeting a lot of former web only friends and turning them to real life ones. Here are some images from my stay (didn't manage to photo som much so I had to borrow some images.Roger, Miguel "Freekhand", Monica, Nina, Joaquin, Lapin, "mr R"the only non sketcher"and Ea
The Panel discussion with Nina Johansson far left and with Ea Ejersbo second to the right and with the male in the center as per usual.Clermont-Ferrand from my hotel window, more or less the only view I got of the town as I spent most of my time at the conference center.
Lapin makes a second attempt trying to sketch me, Lapin found me hard to sketch (my theory is that unearthly beauty is hard to catch)
Gerard Michel with his warm laugh flipping through one of my sketchbooks