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Sketchbook’s sketches / Dédicaces

A note about the following sketches/dédicaces: the drawings here come from various sources:  sketches done at festivals & conventions, gifts to friends or fellow artists, paid & free commissions, etc … so if you ever meet KIM Jung Gi and he’s doing a sketch for you, please remember he might not do a 5-character drawing with background 🙂 Some fans are paying quite a lot of money to get a “special” drawing in their books, so you can’t really compare a 500 $ sketch with a 30 $ one 😉


Various drawings and Doodles


Drawings related to the fiction work of Bernard Werber “3rd Humanity”


Sketchbook 2011 – Special Edition

When the 2011 sketchbook was first realeased, KJG made 99 (I think) books with a black cloth cover that he draw on. Here are a few examples of what became of it !

21 Comments on Portfolio

  • Aiden says:
    30/04/2014 at 5 h 56 min

    you are the most amazing artist i know, would love to know your understanding of objects X)


  • Frederic says:
    30/04/2014 at 22 h 21 min

    This is a real portfolio! no bla bla just drawings!


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      05/05/2014 at 11 h 39 min



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  • Den Szabunia says:
    30/09/2014 at 10 h 56 min

    If not for spy games I wouldn’t even know that their is such an inspiring artist out there @_@


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      30/09/2014 at 11 h 02 min

      He is impressive, isn’t he ? 🙂


      • Den says:
        02/10/2014 at 12 h 43 min

        Yes he is, i found this website like a year ago, and now i just come here everytime i have a chance to learn 😀


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  • Eva says:
    01/01/2016 at 11 h 06 min

    Does Mr. Kim offer any kind of summer art class or something? In English?


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      04/01/2016 at 12 h 11 min

      Unfortunatly, so far, he doesn’t, but should that be the case, I’ll send a newsletter about it, so don’t hesitate to subscribe (that’s about on eletter every 3 months) 😉


  • Charli says:
    10/05/2016 at 2 h 03 min

    I wish for myself who is 14, to be great drawing live like him when I’m older. He is an inspiration to many, many people, and I can only dream to achieve what he has.


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      10/05/2016 at 11 h 53 min

      14 is a good time to start practicing 🙂


  • cristian says:
    06/09/2016 at 15 h 46 min

    You are a model for me .. i really appreciate your artwork and i would love if you could email me.. to give me a feedback on my artwork.. thanks


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      06/09/2016 at 15 h 51 min

      Thanks, I’ll pass on the message to KJG. But I’m afraid he hasn’t got much time now (travelling to Mexico) to answer, and also, he does not speak english 😉
      But thanks a lot anyway 🙂 🙂


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  • Ash Hayes says:
    04/04/2017 at 23 h 47 min

    Such vision and technique!


  • Liz says:
    20/04/2017 at 22 h 47 min

    I discovered him today and I think I’m a little obsessed…


  • Sasan Renani says:
    02/05/2017 at 18 h 19 min

    This is a question I wanted to ask for a long time. Is there any way to see drawings Kim Jung Gi made as a child or when he was a teenager? Or is it something personal he doesn’t want to share? Because I would be very interested to see, how he drew when he was as old as I am now (15 years).

    Thank you.


    • Jean-Christophe Caurette says:
      02/05/2017 at 18 h 54 min

      That’s a very good question ! I will ask 🙂


  • Sasan Renani says:
    07/10/2017 at 22 h 19 min

    I received the 2007 sketch collection a few days ago and seeing his drawings in real life is even better that digitally! I’m amazed by the book and wanted to write a positive review on the shop but I couldn’t find how to do that . Could you help me?


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