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781x740 99495 bytes 2006.12.23
Yes, it's a bunny boy, and he's happy to see you.\r\n\r\nHe's drawn with pencil on paper, fiddled with levels during scanning to get him black and white...ish.
1085x671 87446 bytes 2006.07.25
Drawn in pencil, filled in with ink pen, and then given some mild after-edit digitally. It's all pasted onto a screenshot of some code I wrote.\r\nSee if you can identify the language - it shouldn't be too hard, given the amount of telltale signs.\r\n\r\nŠ2006 Linus Andersson, but that's in the picture already.
873x756 46641 bytes 2006.07.04
Just a random drawing of a fox trying out a pair of handcuffs. Drawn with pencil and pen on the cheap paper. Copyright Linus Andersson.
494x898 48230 bytes 2005.09.22
Following a late night discussion about the proportions of certain parts of ferrets, and what would happen if they retained those proportions as anthros, I concluded that unwanted erections could be extremely embarrassing for ferret hobs.\r\nThis is my first serious attempt at digitally colouring an image, so it's not very professional looking just yet. I am, however, learning to use the tool a bit better.\r\nImage is copyrighted to Linus Andersson, as noted on the drawing itself. The ferret is just a random dook. :)
512x868 7571 bytes 2005.07.03
This is a drawing of Song, an Ironclaw character of mine. She's a one armed stonemason turned architect. The one-arm thing is due to an accident with a slab of granite, a substandard rope, and gravity.\r\n\r\nIt's not very good, I know, I don't have a lot of routine drawing lapines. The technique is pencil and then felt ink pen on squared paper, which has then been scanned, mangled by the scanner program, and then slightly doctored in MS Paint. Perhaps not ideal conditions, but then I'm not an illustrator.
754x749 42708 bytes 2002.01.04
This kinda pose has sort of become my trademark around the people who look at my drawings regularly. Somebody brought up the question as to how fast I can draw this pose. The answer is here. The time I noted down includes the time to manually start and stop the timer, as well as the time to pick up the pen and put it to paper, though.\r\n\r\nSorry about the poor quality, but I was interested in SPEED here, folks. }:)
637x871 52712 bytes 2001.11.06
Second attempt at upload.\r\n\r\nThis time there should be NO transparent background. *kicks default settings*\r\n\r\nJust a couple of doodles I made to get out of my artist's block. Uploading just to say "Hi I am alive!"\r\n\r\n\r\nI get this crazy deja-vu. Funny...
592x1098 14041 bytes 2001.08.12
Don't ask. I have no idea why I drew this. It probably has something to do with Aake.\r\n\r\nAh, yes! That's it! You go ask him. It's all his fault! Uwee-hee-hee!
485x643 22078 bytes 2001.08.12
This is Rita, at the age of fourteen. She is already displaying all the mild lady manners that makes her such a beloved character.
615x867 85878 bytes 2001.08.12
I don't think it should be too hard to tell which movie this is about.\r\n\r\nI just made this to experiment with a new (to me) technique.\r\n\r\nAn artist friend of mine commented on the "crude expressionfulness, or rather the crude expressionlessness" of the character.
730x551 35572 bytes 2001.08.12
I have no idea what this is doing here. This is just a gathering of sketches.
803x527 32872 bytes 2001.08.12
Here's something I could go on and on explaining, but I will stop at giving a translation for now.\r\n\r\nVixen: What kind of [profanity] temp agency are you that can't even supply [profanity] ordinary riflemen?\r\n\r\nVixen: I don't [profanity] care. I want five men now!\r\n\r\nVixen: Well, send any [profanity] thing then, that can stand in the way while I realo...\r\n\r\nVixen: Hello? Hello?\r\n\r\nVixen: [profanity] idiots.
560x652 10395 bytes 2001.08.12
Wow. This one is bad. I can't believe I am letting this remain online.\r\n\r\nWell. I guess it has it's place.. Somewhere. I'll find out one of these days I am sure.
574x869 23924 bytes 2001.08.12
Here's a cartoon I drew in school. The characters aren't any special characters, although the kangaroo is sort of a representative of the school (being as how a kangaroo is the school mascot and all).\r\n\r\n"English Grammar: an outline" by R. Huddleston (ISBN 0 521 31152 7) is copyrighted in 1988 by Cambridge University Press, and is actually not as horrible as all that, it's just very condensed. No malice is intended by this cartoon, really.
776x535 8745 bytes 2001.08.12
This is Aake the raccoon dog. It may not be apparent that it is a raccoon dog, but then again this is my first attempt at drawing one. Aake is copyrighted by himself, and has a home page at www.svans.nu
709x387 55267 bytes 2000.11.19
Here's a little something me, and one of my professors in English Grammar will understand.\r\n\r\nA copy of this, as well as a lot of other cartoons and doodles adorns his noteboard in his office. The same goes for all my other professors. I call it "marking my territory".
843x638 16871 bytes 2000.11.19
I should really make a contest out of this.\r\n\r\nWhosoever names what this joke revolves about, and can explain every reference to this in the cartoon gets something. Like a drawing or something, I dunno.
1080x990 190365 bytes 2000.02.16
It's me.\r\n\r\nThose are bangles around my ankles.\r\n\r\nYes, it's inspired by a well-known character from a computer game.
900x600 102958 bytes 2000.02.16
Uhm...\r\n\r\nI think this image speaks for itself.\r\n\r\n\r\nThis came online by mistake, and I figure once it's up, it can just as well stay up.
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