Monday, July 23, 2007

Cesar.

First page from Rome.

12 comments:

Oscar Grillo said...

Did you do as the Romans do when you were there?

Stef said...

God, your photo is changing every minute!
What are the Romans do?

rose-a-petits-pois said...

c'est tres classe! Jolie presentation :-)

prottis said...

Daje!!;)

Tobias Schwarz said...

great blog. I love the sketches from your exhibition. would love to see more.

m. eva said...

Lawa!! Means pretty in Malay.

Panda said...

You are in italy, i hope you'll have a nice trip! :)
If you pass for florence i'll be happy to offer you a beer and have the opportunity to meet you!
If you think is possible you can send me a mail (roirace@tin.it)!

see you around (hopefully)

Panda :)

BENJAMIN GABOURY said...

Toujours aussi beaux ces dessins faussement lachés. Expressifs et détails, tout ce que j'aime...

Stef said...

- Merci Genevieve!

- What does that mean Prottis?

- Thanks Tobias.

- tack sa mycket, means thanks in Swedish.

- Hey Panda, thanks for the invitation, unfortunately I'm back, I've been there 3 weeks ago. Would have loved to go to Florence.

- Ah non Benjamin, ils sont reellement laches crois moi, je ne suis pas plus relax que quand je fais mes croquis. Merci.

Matt J said...

O mighty Chieftain Penandinx, thou art truly a noble Gaulish warrior. Thou shalt conquer the Roman heathens with powerful scrawlings such as this.

william wray said...

Amazing how the orange graphics grounds your drawings. Have you seen Christian Schellewald LA<>SF book? He uses the trick to great effect. Somehow it makes a sketch seem fine arty.

Meredith Quinn said...

wow!!! i love these!! and i put some new stuff on my blog. come look as soon as you can.