CRYKIE these are billiant Andrew!Good on ya mate!
AWESOME!! Great characters!
Love the Gator sketches. Especially the gator resting on his tail-- he looks like he's preparing for a fight, Kangaroo style. Funny!Your animation is fabulous too! Your character is really expressive and fluid. Incredible work!Can you give me your recipe for getting quicktime formatted stuff on your blog. I've been trying to figure that out for a while now with no clue yet how to do it. Any leads would be extremely helpful. Many thanks Andrew!
you have some great work here been checking your blog out for a while, really nice work. thank you for the comment on my blog, it means a lot to me when people who i think are amazing like my work, so thank you. well bye 4 now
Wow Andrew, thanks for visiting my blog, you have some wicked amazing stuff here, keep it up, I'm looking forward to seeing more of your stuff!-R.
thanks for the kind words guys!KEN- I use my own website to host a quicktime, and I embed that through some code to my blog. This site can generate the code for you once you have your video uploaded - http://cit.ucsf.edu/embedmedia/step2_qtv2.php?mediatype=QuickTimeAll you have to do then is take the generated code and paste that into your blog posting. It'll probably take some trial and error to get right. Good luck!
Hey man, great work, that gator is serious. I appreciate you checking out my blog. I see your broadcasting from New York City. Im trying to move out there sometime within the next year. Funny I was actually thinking somewhere in Brooklyn too. Dont know if I can handle it, but definitley want the experience. So maybe we'll cross paths one day, Keep cranking out the dope art though man, for sure.
These gators are great... YOu give them so much personality... what a great gift! keep up the good work... :)
great! I like your drawing a lot.
I finally noticed how there's a background from your film on the wall in j tip's film. nice.
These Crocodiles are awesome!: )
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