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distant music
distant music
3 creatures from the far future of the earth sit at the sea shore . one is from the sea, one a descendent of rodents, and the little monkey playing the flute made from a fishes spine is all thats left of human beings.
"An Ancient Mariner"
A Mariner in space/Time and he's stopping one of three - one of three what??
Vampire
Vampire
In his night-black eyes could be seen the reflection of the stars
In his night-black eyes could be seen the reflection of the stars
Illo to "The Last Day of Creation" by Wolfgang Jeschke - still a most topical story; what to do about our dependence on Oil? Read it and find out!
Pickmans Model by Edgar Allen Poe
Pickmans Model by Edgar Allen Poe
This is Pickman himself in the bowels of the Earth, drawing his model!
The Hanged Man
The Hanged Man
Illo to
Illo to "Second Dawn" by Arthur C. clarke
Illo to
Illo to "Whatever Happened to Corporal Cuckoo?" by Gerard Kersh
An Immortal Soldier tale - not much left of him by now!
In The Stonemasons Yard
In The Stonemasons Yard
The only illo I had published in a "proper book" - a tribute book of stories based on the work of M.R.James
Horsemen
Horsemen
This was actually based on the Riders of Rohan after they had killed and burned all the Orcs ...but it could be any horsemen; are they the pillagers or are they the refugees??
Churchyard
Churchyard
"And All the Flower of England Perished There."
This was illustrating the Roman conquest of Britain; I can't remember where the quote comes from but it seemed to fit the picture perfectly.
"Dobby is Free!"
This is Dobby, wearing one of Harry Potters socks on his nose. I did this a year or so before the first film came out, and had a nice postcard from J.K.Rowling saying it was just how she had imagined Dobby. But that's to her credit for her descriptive writing, that I saw him the same way.
"St Michael and All Angels"
St Michael the Archangel was the Dragon-slayer, and many St. Michael Churches in England have Dragon motifs, carvings,or weathervanes.Maybe even a family of Dragons living somewhere around?
Another of the many Fantasy stories I illustrated in the British Small Press in the 80s.
Cat-Boy
Cat-Boy
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