• Camelot Fantastic

    Camelot Fantastic Did this ages ago for one of those paperbacks of collected stories from Daw Books. I think I even did a bit of lettering for the cover itself, which happily covers at least a portion of this awful illustration. The picture itself is pretty bad, with big empty bits and that uninspired castle. Oh well... Talk about bright colours... yuck.

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    Camelot Fantastic
  • On the Road to Dunwich

    On the Road to Dunwich 1983 I am a huge H. P. Lovecraft fan, in case it doesn't show... and a big believer in peripheral vision being the place where you see most clearly.

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    On the Road to Dunwich
  • Glorfindel

    Glorfindel or the Flight from Gondolin I really do enjoy the astonishing work that turns up on the Fan Art section's monthly themes. I do try to participate when I can - follow your own advice when it comes to basics like pencils and paper, I always say... And, I dared use the dreaded SMUDGING technique... which was setting off the sparks of hot debate on the forum itself. Is nothing...

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    Glorfindel
  • The Paths of the Dead

    The Paths of the Dead I imagined the scene in the Paths when their King says "The Dead come." that the camera would pull back to reveal the HUGE cavern with the Army of the Dead issuing forth and spiralling down the paths to the centre - all this to, let's say, Carmina Burana played at half-speed a couple of tones lower or something of like nature. Needless to say, their arrival was rather...

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    The Paths of the Dead
  • Dimholt Glen

    Dimholt Glen Part of the path from the Rohirim camp to the Paths of the Dead, which I imagined to be rather longer than in the films, with a succession of landscapes growing ever more portentious.

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    Dimholt Glen
  • Gandalf Arrives in Hobbiton

    Gandalf Arrives in Hobbiton What started as a sketch of Gandalf and his cart ended up as a view of Hobbiton.

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    Gandalf Arrives in Hobbiton
  • Quay 3

    Quay 3 All QUAY sketches are © Decipher Inc., and are reproduced with their permission

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    Quay 3
  • The Storm

    The Storm The old glass-blower lingers by the edge of the sea.

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    The Storm
  • Fighting Dragons

    Fighting Dragons I cannot recall all of the captions of the book; this illustration I think is from a Jane Yolen novel, where small and feisty dragons are used for pit fights, like roosters or dogs.

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    Fighting Dragons
  • Castle Storm

    Castle Storm This cover was enormous fun to do, from the helmet made from a tin cup, the cheese grater-cum-breastplate and the nails forged into swords to the tower-top tea-kettle abode in the background. Castle Storm itself is a mix of existing castles in Germany and the Alsace. The Welkin Weasels 2 : Castle Storm Gary Kilworth Corgi paperback ISBN 0-552-54547-3 Belagert die Sturmburg !

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    Castle Storm
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