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Earlier this year I was commissioned to illustrate sixteen female and male characters from Jane Austen's various works for a game. Here's a little glimpse of the portraits that I've done. Once I hear more about the game's production and progress I'll be sure to share it here! c:

Catherine Morland from Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey

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Earlier this year I was commissioned to illustrate sixteen female and male characters from Jane Austen's various works for a game. Here's a little glimpse of the portraits that I've done. Once I hear more about the game's production and progress I'll be sure to share it here! c:

Anne Elliot from Jane Austen's Persuasion

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Earlier this year I was commissioned to illustrate sixteen female and male characters from Jane Austen's various works for a game. Here's a little glimpse of the portraits that I've done. Once I hear more about the game's production and progress I'll be sure to share it here! c:

George Knightley and Emma Woodhouse from Jane Austen's Emma

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Earlier this year I was commissioned to illustrate sixteen female and male characters from Jane Austen's various works for a game. Here's a little glimpse of the portraits that I've done. Once I hear more about the game's production and progress I'll be sure to share it here! c:

Edward Ferrars, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, Col. Christopher Brandon from Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility

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Earlier this year I was commissioned to illustrate sixteen female and male characters from Jane Austen's various works for a game. Here's a little glimpse of the portraits that I've done. Once I hear more about the game's production and progress I'll be sure to share it here! c:

Fitzwilliam Darcy, Elizabeth and Jane Bennet, Charles Bingley from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

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Been reading a lot of Austen lately, and I fancy a few drawings of the Pride&Prejudice couple.

Liz and Darcy here
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"You have bewitched me body and soul..."

Lizzie and Darcy, as requested c;

Jane and Bingley here
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The second set of characters for the full illustration of Pride and Prejudice that I've been working on. I'm doing one set at a time. Jane and Charles are too sweet/naive for their own good! But they're still adorable!

You can check out Lizzie and Darcy here: [link]

Lydia and Kitty here: [link]

Mary Bennet here: [link]

And Mr. and Mrs. Bennet here: [link]
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Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. I know they were in love by the end, but I would imagine they still had their standoffs as a married couple.

This is fan art. I do not claim to be the creator of this character. Just the drawing.

You can check Twitter (@mseregon) and Tumblr www.tumblr.com/blog/mseregon for works in progress.

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