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September 24, 2007

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These look great, thanks for sharing! I'm glad to hear that 1982 is still considered young, as I hail from 81. :)

Oh what a coincidence! I just ordered "La Funeste Nuit D'Ernest" last week!

I actually saw some of these books taking shape on "Café Salé" a French forum for illustrators, that's why I know about him.

I never knew he was that young though! He "sounds" older in his posts, and his colouring style is very mature.

Dragonlady,

Thanks for the heads up about Cafe Sale! What a spectacular site for illustrators. Here's the url: http://www.cfsl.net/?forum= for others who might want to have a peek...

PS...once you are on Cafe Sale, click on "galleries" in the navigation bar at the top.

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