Monday, 2 April 2012

Blimey tis April .... so the weather goes haywire and so does de' blog loader.

This is a follow up to the last post, with thanks again to Will, who has helped out with more scans from 'Dicing With Dragons' [1982] by Ian Livingston.







Pleasantly busy with various projects at the moment and have just finished and posted a large private commission to the USA. I'm hoping he'll be pleased with the vision and I'll post a look after he has seen it.

Next post will be, thanks to the incomparable Andy, who can, according to legend, pump up a tire with a bicycle pump, some images from Steve Jackson's 'The Trolltooth Wars'.

Update: Thanks to Will again [ who has taken the time to scan some more pictures] there will be a further post of pictures from the book.

Bet you can't wait.... oh, you can.

5 comments:

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  2. I go away for a few days and Russ posts tons of Nicholson goodness! Have to do it more often.Nice artwork Russ,ta for posting.It was good of Will to scan these for you.

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  3. Some more to come he has been very good as have you with @The Trolltooth Wars' scans. Thank you!

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  4. Thank you for the scan mister Will, and thank you Russ for your artwork !
    These "little bit older" drawings, as you called them, are really amazing and just new for me when coming from "dicing with dragon" I just don't have..
    My favorite picture is maybe the man having is meal on a table, the composition and the different level of shadow are just great !
    ... Or maybe the corridor with skeletons, it is a 'simple' view (perspective with one vanishing point in the center) and yet rich with details and a real atmosphere is there...

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  5. Thank you for the scan mister Will, and thank you Russ for your artwork !
    These "little bit older" drawings, as you called them, are really amazing and just new for me when coming from "dicing with dragon" I just don't have..
    My favorite picture is maybe the man having is meal on a table, the composition and the different level of shadow are just great !
    ... Or maybe the corridor with skeletons, it is a 'simple' view (perspective with one vanishing point in the center) and yet rich with details and a real atmosphere is there...

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