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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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A commision peice I did for a Buffy collecter circa 2004
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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 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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Buffy done around 2000.
Markers and colored pencils.
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title doesn't necessarily make sense, but it's what came to mind right away... may change it later.


this is an old painting. older than the star girl one. i just didn't finish it for a while and then never got around to getting a picture of it.

this isn't a very high quality picture. i might get better ones soon.


acrylic on canvas, 16"x20".
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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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Acrylic painting. Original size: 600mm x 900mm.

Spike!

I did this one after the Buffy finale, but before he started on Angel. Kind of a transitional thing, rising from the ashes of one confrontation and into another.
I tried for a sepia type of feel for the the most part, then went darker with the Angel segment. The only real colour is the blue of his eyes.
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Acrylic Painting with background digitally enhanced.
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