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About cartoonspace

Drawing is a hobby I have and I find it interesting to draw both the traditional way or with software on a computer and learn new things on the way.

Commodore is back !

I thought now that Commodore 64x is out I’d celebrate that with a 80’s kind of cartoonish computer character poster. Salute C64X ! You’ll find more picture in my galleries.

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Have a nice summer 2011 !

A few other “Kitty’s”

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Resistance is NOT futile :-)

Been working on that same old logo of mine. Well not with Gimp this time but with Inkscape. I hope they like it

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The Aros Kitty

Eric Schwartz the famous Amiga animator once made a mascot for the open source operating system AROS. His drawings has amazed me ever sine I saw them years ago on my Amiga 500. Many have asked me to draw one … Continue reading

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New tablet & Resistance logo

This is something I’m working on right now. A logo for http://resistance.no/  I’m wrestling GIMP to get this one done. I also got myself a new tablet, a Wacom tablet this time. The Aiptek tablet I have is good but not … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2011

Last year finally introduced me to Inkscape, which I was aware of but never really got into. Thanks to AROS and AmiFIG i got interested in vector graphics again. I’m really a pen and paper guy and using digital art … Continue reading

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Inkscape – Getting acquainted

Tried it many times never got into it. But suddently after playing around with AmiFIG (see belov) i got interested in Inkscape again. So what to do ? Why not an own Icon-set for AmiFig ! Here’s the result :

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Drawing a duck

Playing around with Open source “AMIGA” = AROS and one of it’s painting programs AmiFIG. Sketching was done in LunaPaint. 

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