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    fantastic work...

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    just for the pleasure of doing it...

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    Pingpot rides again!

    Go Pingpot, go!

    Thanks Lennon, and Eddfrutos : )

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    Out of Gongadyl's Bag

    One of the many odd, doll-like figures that came to light when Gongadyl's assortment of bags, boxes and pouches were carefully extracted from the solidified pitch that surrounded his body.

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    The Ever Curious Snoperwhapple

    And we all know what happened to the cat, don't we?

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    Bearded bone-biter

    One of the nastier and more aggressive breeds, not generally recommended as a family pet.

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    Crossing the Juppertang Plain

    It's an arduous, trouble-prone procedure for the people of the Hambandy Delta, if ever they set out to cross the Juppertang Plain, in order to reach the mountainous and mineral-rich regions of Pitchporum. And even if they survive the searing heat of the crossing, there are innumerable dangers that will face them on the other side... not the least of which would be the loose-knit tribes of cannibalistic and cussedly cantankerous conkerhead folk who populate the more verdant parts. It's the giants, of course, who pose the greatest threat.

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    Conkerhead mudboy

    One of Pitchporum's cannibalistic and cussedly cantankerous conkerheads.

    Actually, the claim that the Conkerheads are cannibalistic has never been conclusively proven. They do eat birds, of course... and they in turn are sometimes eaten by even bigger birds. Most things are fairly humongous in Pitchporum.

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    so thats why i was always so sure i had seen your work somewhere, you drew the cover of the harry potter (not sure bout this one) and the lord of the ring parodies...

    lovely work, i only wonder why you keep these grey ones in low contrast...but hell, i bet you know what you're doing.
    You sure have some crazy stories going on in your mind hehe

    ciao!

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    Seriously why is this SB not 5 stars, WTF are people smoking. Post more!!!

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    Pre flood dog and bird

    Yup! It's your basic antediluvian stripey dog and odd little bird combo.

    Thanks to TheGnoll and Caffeine_stream. Greatly appreciate your comments : )

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    Amazing and inspiring work!!

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    Wow, that illustration in post 387 and the following coloured version.. brilliance Also loved the "hear no evil, see no evil" take

    Insanity is the key!
    Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.

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    Ormial Bungus

    This is Ormial Bungus, who hides among the fungus.

    Though his brain is the size of a pimpular pea, his mind is as twisted as the strangulum tree.

    Fragment of an ancient Echoi poem. From a tablet unearthed near to the burial mound of Queen Trinkus of Troiligum.

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    Haaaaaaa !!! I love it : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1220370441 !
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    Your animals remind me this a little bit!

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    just ran across this sketchbook
    totally forgot to be critical (in a good way)
    just enjoyed it like a story.
    the line work is gorgeous and the whimsy is catching.
    reminds me of edward lear and lewis Carroll poems
    nonsense with a point

    thanks you made my morning a lot better

    To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.

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    Been a while since I last visited, and you just aren't letting up! Every peice is a materpeice it's breathtaking work you're producing.

    Must say that fully coloured peice of the town just floored me, it is just oozing with detail no matter where I look!

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    A Great Leap of Stupidity

    Don't know whether it was a direct inspiration, but I drew this while listening to news reports about the first trial run of the so-called "Big Bang Collider", which they switched on this morning at 8.30am GMT. It's now 11.45am, and I'm still sitting here, so I'm figuring that no black pin holes, or other cataclysmic manifestations, have started sucking us all into the void. It would've been nice to have been consulted beforehand, though, just so that we could've made a properly informed risk assessment.

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    Friggin WOW, man!. What an amazing style you have. Very unique and extremely captivating. Some fantastic stuff in here! Will follow with interest

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    Tinfrapoul Tot

    This is Tinfrapoul Tot, the tragic sole survivor of the Gizrapel's crew.

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    Saga Dudes

    From the ancient Icelandic saga, "Bjorn of the Frozen Finger". A tale of ice and snow and frost and coldness... And sledges and reindeer and stuff... And icicles.

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    Small, Brown & Boring

    No one ever thought to give a name to the small, brown, boring beings who live in incredibly vast numbers on Hoomgam, one of the ovoid proto moons orbiting Flipple's World, in the Humdrum Hoi system. Thus they are known, quite simply, as the Small, Brown, Boring Beings of Hoomgam. Countless thousands of these poor creatures are lured to a sweet and sticky end each Hoomgam Summer, when they find themselves irresistibly drawn to the carnivorous Trumblegum Blobules, which hang from the blistered and bloated branches of the Trumblegum trees. The blobules exude an aromatic, sleep-inducing sap, which, when the Small, Brown, Boring Beings stick their fingers in it, instantly entrances them, and leaves them in a stupefied state. The subsequent dissolving of their bodies takes place over a number of weeks, after the tree's tendrils have gradually enfolded them and drawn them up into the "digestive sockets", amidst its broader branches.

    The Voyage of the Wangdangdoodle

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    Great updates, immensely enjoyable!!

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    To War No More

    Could've scribbled away quite happily for an hour or two more on this piece, but my intention is to do a more finished pencil version, so I'll leave it till then.

    Thanks for your kind comments, D@niel. Thanks also to Redfrog, Smeg Head, Chaosrocks and Clochette : )

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    To War No More, further embellished

    Oh well... I'll probably never get round to doing the pencil version anyway.

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    Theirs was a strange relationship

    Some sort of symbiotic thing goin' on... obviously.

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    haha yep, defiately something simbolic going on.Still a lot of fun to browse trhu this sketchbook...love the "to war more"final version.Looks to me like when you've reached a CRAMMED level of detail, you're still able to smack in some more...and somehow, it still works!
    missing pencils tho

    keep sharing!!!

    ciao

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    I know exactly where I'm going

    Another little cire perdue item, found wrapped in patchouli leaves, deep within Gongadyl's pocket. The piece bears the foundry mark of Master Breulio. Compositional analysis reveals that the brooch is an alloy of silver, tin, and another metal*, with the most curious properties, which appears not to be of earthly origin. Also inscribed upon the back of the object, in Chabiri script, is the enigmatic legend: "I know exactly where I'm going". As with everything connected to this antediluvian giant's mummified remains, thus far, there are many more questions than answers.

    *Peculium

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    A Hambandy Oldster

    Those of you who are sharp-eyed enough to identify the specific details of Pitchporumese tribal regalia will no doubt have concluded that this isn't just any old Hambandy Chieftain... In fact, the Bambligob Bird headdress, and the ornately crafted staff, which depicts Bright Banipal at the top and Pocus at the mid section, should've revealed to you that this crusty old fellow is none other than Spamblig Freemnottle, Grand Panjandrum of all the Crumboons*.

    *Crumboons: An assortment of tribes who populate the mud brick towns and cities along the upper reaches of the Hambandy Delta.

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    Lovely, adorable style and such wonderful ideas and designs. Awesome.

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    Great!I love your style so much.
    please keep posting.

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