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A commision peice I did for a Buffy collecter circa 2004
Done in Inks and Gouache paint.
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A commision peice I did for a Buffy collecter circa 2004
Done in Inks and Gouache paint.
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James Marsters as Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

"DUALITY"

Both sides of William the Bloody: the man and the monster.
Which is his true face?

Acrylic paint on board. 450mm x 610mm.
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A commision peice I did for a Buffy collecter circa 2004
Done in Inks and Gouache paint.
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Buffy done around 2000.
Markers and colored pencils.
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James Marsters print from the portrait set that I'll have exclusively at Dragon Con this weekend. The set features many other guests that will be signing at the show along with Marsters.

If you're there, come by our booth in Artists Alley #12 and say hi!
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I did another acrylic picture! I used a watered-down style, especially in the background. As a watercolor painter, it's a bit more familiar to me. Anyway, this is a random girl in a beret, but everyone seems to think it looks like my sister . I can sort of see it now, though! Well, please feel free to tell me what you think, especially those of you who are acrylic painters!
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Issue 320 of DWM, August 2002. 

Painted in Gouache. Took a couple of days.

Farewell Brigadier :-(
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Jack and Gwen up front, Jack with his nifty Vortex Manipulator (I want one). Sorry Ianto and Tosh are not in the picture :( but, if you look closely, you can see the top of Owen-Frog-Face's head :)
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One of the best scenes from J.R.R Tolkien's 'The Hobbit'.
This was painted about 20 years ago.
Acrylic, airbrush and traditional paintbrush on black paper.
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