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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 !

22 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)

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

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

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    • 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 @_@

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

      He is impressive, isn’t he ? 🙂

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      • 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?

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

      Hi,
      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) 😉

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  • 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.

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

      14 is a good time to start practicing 🙂

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  • 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

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    • 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!

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

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

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  • 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.

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

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

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      • Sasan Renani says:
        02/05/2017 at 19 h 11 min

        Thank you, I appreciate it.

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      • Matej says:
        17/04/2018 at 22 h 34 min

        Can you ask him again? I’m sorry to bother, I’ve been looking for his drawings that he drew as a teen or at a younger age. Because I want to see how good was he at my age, I’m sure thousands are looking for the same thing as me, so can you ask him to post or record his old art??

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  • 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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