• The Thief

    The Thief The thief escaping from the dragon's cave, dropping gold coins from his purloined cup.

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    The Thief
  • Quay 4

    Quay 4 All QUAY sketches are © Decipher Inc., and are reproduced with their permission

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    Quay 4
  • Quay - profile

    Profile Design abandoned because too beast-like... All QUAY sketches are © Decipher Inc., and are reproduced with their permission

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    Quay - profile
  • Saint-Ursanne - Weathervane

    Weathervane Original sketch done for the weathervane. The little pyramid with the line through it is the alchemical symbol for air, of course. The word alchemy, by the way, if you'll forgive me for a fleeting pedantic moment, is from late Middle English, via Old French and medieval Latin from Arabic alkīmiyā ', from al ‘the’ + kīmiyā ' (from Greek khēmia,...

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    Saint-Ursanne - Weathervane
  • Dol Guldur

    Dol Guldur Another view of the fortress. Sketch for Electronic Arts.

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    Dol Guldur
  • TV Guide: Lord of the Rings special edition (4)

    TV Guide: Lord of the Rings special edition - Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin December 15 - 21, 2000 The fourth of the 4 TV guide covers. Four robust and appealing hobbits admittedly leave not a lot of background showing... The full background painting.

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    TV Guide: Lord of the Rings special edition (4)
  • Eärendil the Mariner

    Eärendil the Mariner Vignette for the Map of Numenor

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    Eärendil the Mariner
  • The Glass Princess

    The Glass Princess The glass-blower fashions a princess of glass (he's putting gold thread in her hair) for the contest. The glass-blower is my father-in-law, the princess is straight out of Memling.

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    The Glass Princess
  • TV Guide: Lord of the Rings special edition (3)

    TV Guide: Lord of the Rings special edition - Arwen and Aragorn December 15 - 21, 2000 Sir Ian was wearing running shoes in this portrait (obviously taken at a scene where his feet did not show), which is why he manages to stand nearly knee-deep in rather short grass... The full background painting.

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    TV Guide: Lord of the Rings special edition (3)
  • The Man Who Lit the Stars

    The Man Who Lit the Stars Cover illustration The background is from a watercolour by Durer, the trees from somewhere damp. As for the man himself, I met him on a bus. No kidding. He was disguised as a student and had left the ladder somewhere, but I immediately saw it was him, left a card, and asked if I could do some portraits. One of the dangers of living in the same town as an...

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    The Man Who Lit the Stars
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