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I could have sworn I had started a thread already.

 

Ah, well.  Here's a drawing I did related to a vampire game, with an enlarged detail to show pencil work.  It's 5 inches by 8 (12.7 x 20.3 cm).

 

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The detail is about 1.75 x 2 inches (4.4 x 5 cm).

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A wee little sketch from my sketchbook (original is about 4 cm by 8 cm)

 

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On 7/12/2017 at 5:21 PM, Pingo said:

A wee little sketch from my sketchbook (original is about 4 cm by 8 cm)

 

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So apparently I'm working it up into a pen and ink drawing.  This is the full size pencil sketch, roughly 10"x 12" (25.4 cm x 30.5 cm) on 11" x 14" tracing tissue:

 

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In digging through my painting closet to look for things to bring to a science fiction convention I found a little box with some old egg temperas in it.

 

This is a Spanish (I think) Romanesque cathedral I painted in 1999:

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And this is a portrait of Hera from 2003:

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BTW, comments, questions and critiques are always welcome.

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