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    Moebius documentary! Link!

    http://video.aol.com/video-detail/mo...dux/3990350095

    I was so pissed i missed this on swedish TV last week.. luckily its on AOL.
    Enjoy!

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    Thank you Tim. I watched one time and will watch again. He felt great being alone in a desert! so strange.
    And how he talks about drawing, like it burnt him.

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  4. Inspiring for sure. Thanks for posting this

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    I'm still shaking from the fact that I found a dozen Heavy Metal comics from 1977 in our uni library. Must… have.

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    I have to take some shrooms someday.

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    Excellent watch.
    Strange man.

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    What a great way to start the day. Cheers, Tim!
    And man, I want that b&w page 1 of The long Tomorrow - that page changed my life the first time I saw it!

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    thanks for that link!
    the man is a living legend!

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    Thanks. He has the coolest name ever. Even his real name rocks.

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    one word: AWESOME!

    two more words: THANK YOU!


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    Yep, thanks!

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    Worth necroing. WATCH THIS PLEASE.

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    Hehe. Thanks. Here's some bonus - Moebius + Wacom Cintiq

    PS. Maybe we should invite him to European workshop .



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    He should be invited to ALL workshops EVER!

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    From what I heard he's also a phenomenally ignorant prick. But that might be second-hand-impressions.
    Still one of my favourite artists though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabo View Post
    From what I heard he's also a phenomenally ignorant prick. But that might be second-hand-impressions.
    Still one of my favourite artists though
    Really? He seemed quite eloquent on that doc and the books I've read written by him were also quite brilliant.

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    Very interesting and inspirational video... Sad thing I pretty much haven't read anything by him. Should try to change that...

    Here he is together with Miyazaki, btw



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    Very interesting and inspirational video... Sad thing I pretty much haven't read anything by him. Should try to change that...
    me neither, i literally stare and analyze his comics more than read them

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