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    Great stuff, Lefran! Love the pop-up horse.

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    so coooool, i love the darth vader cup tee hee your design skills are getting better and better.



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    Great work hun! Love the way you experiment with paper and crafts. Inspiring as hell!

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    yesssss the dragon from the page before!

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    haha. so amazing this stuff!

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    Beautiful illustrations, Fran! I love the girls you draw.

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    Thanks all

    Heres some doodles from scraps of paper or sketchbook, and a lithography print i did of some mugs. The bee painting is gouache and was quite small.
    The one with the cut out smile and the 2 rabbits were for a brief for uni, to answer 2 sort of sayings we were given each, mine were ' happiness is not just the absence of unhappiness', and the other was ' listen for the creak of the bow, not just the rush of the arrows'.

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    Loving that horse image, really nice Fran.

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    hey lefran i love ur sketchbook ur style is very cool. My favorite on this page is the leopard horse pic on #935. I dig the mood in that one

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    Nice updates! I love what you did with this one; the opaque paint on top of the watercolours looks really nice, and the coloured lines too. Really goood!

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    I like the one of Rose, but I have to say I've never seen her covered in snails so it's hardly accurate is it. IS IT FRAN.

    I like the bunnies one too

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    I'm really enjoying your creative spirit and all the things you're doing with paper. Very refreshing!

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    she clearly IS covered with multicoloured snails, and theyre pretty awesome

    We had a project to do an abstract book, 12 images from a poem or short story, using simple shapes, colour etc to convey characters, and actions from the story etc, also as an exercise in composition.
    I chose mine about a tiger being mistreated at a zoo, ive done 6 so far.

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    Queen of the lasers *bow*

    The abstract shape images are delicious! first one is my fav

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    hehe thanks Koto
    Some more stuff>>
    The one with the lady in the fur coat and the shelves with phones, are both mock editorials, the one is for an article about wearing fur, and the other about this woman than hates new type phones. Im undecided about which kind of style to push with that one, i started a more realistic sort of phone shape, or whether i should just do more with the red line doodles i used as a sort of guide?

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    Bits and bobs
    Little ink doodle, Quick stylised portraits of friends,
    Horse toy i've been working on, the card will be replaced with acrylic (theres a viideo of it here http://lefranart.blogspot.com ), more work on my dragon image, and a mural for my first ever comission

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    Love it! You just keep gettin better Your sketchbook always makes me smile

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    Great work!

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    aaahhah I love your style!

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    The mural is awesome, really love the charatcer's expression! The balanced compostion is nice, are you planning on developing individual elements into each side, or are you going to keep it perfectly symmetrical?

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    thankyou all
    BWT- no that was the final sign off on the mural, it was for a comission, and the client was happy with it.

    Heres a popup sandwich and the abstract book project
    itll be joined together as one image in a consertina, just easier to show split

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    I love the ink doodle. And wow at the concertina, totally amazed (and jealous) at how many skills you have!

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    that sandwitch looks delicious

    mmmmm cardboardy

    what are they anyway? boxes for sandwiches ?

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    Arrr almost everything you illustrate has some sort of brown paper texture, I'd like to see you draw some portraits of the elderly using your paper textures in their skin.

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    Nice creativity in here! Good to see so many different ideas being used in what media to use and how they are handled. Especially like the hand made stuff!

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    Thanks guys!

    Heres some stuffs! Some random doodles and paints, but start of a project for uni about monsters, watch this space!

    Wooden and acrylic wind up horse toy i made, theres a video of it on my blog at www.lefranart.blogspot.com











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    Your sketchbook is beautiful! Seriously inspiring, and it's amazing to see the first page and now this one! I'm so glad I peeked in, your style makes me smile!

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