Thursday, 27 February 2020

Hate hijackers ...but here is a couple of new and old pieces

have been inundated by lots of hijackers using my little blog to spew their own agendas - personally, besides saying, 'piss off' they should find there own blogs and post there.

Have at last got rid of some but if more lurk, as evil lurks, my apologies.
Attached a couple of new, or newish pieces and to fill the silence [cof] a couple of rescanned 'oldies'.

Hope you enjoy:).

This from an old Warhammer piece...as is this KONRAD
Along time ago I was working with  Dave Morris project on a Game project which was sadly aborted
here are 3 roughs produced then...



 When I became involved in Martin Noutch's third volume in his 'STEAM HIGHWAYMAN' adventure, it was then some of those ideas began to resurface, not the same, but with a similar Steam Punkish background here are two as samples of what is to come...

ROUGH VERSION
Now from that past of mine some old, some newer in no particular order...



 the above you may not have seen it is for one of the stories in Joseph Goodman's latest in his MAGICIANS SKULL series; BOOK #4 yet to be published.

Here below some illustrations dating back to the olden Warhammer days before I was 'dropped'...






 Now for some other bits...first old...



From the 70's and ANDURIL 6....

the back cover...
 

Now for some other bits ...First from a FOLIO based on the work of M.R. JAMES created with Rosemary Pardoe.

Then some other bits...
 This below from the very early '70s...
 Herewith an Arabian theme but not from all the same books or articles ..

The lettering was imaginary if it is somehow 'real' my apologies...







'Decorative' doodle pages for a MARTIN GOOCH film
Finally a couple of bits of 'silly...

So after a long soujorn in the blogging wilderness I hope you enjoy...

3 comments:

  1. Great work Russ. Dare I say that the 70s spacemen remind me of a piece by Roger Dean? Nice to see the old Warhammer stuff again too.
    Cheers Mike

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    1. The 70's spaceman has more in common really with '2001: A Space Odyssey'; have you a link so I can see what you mean?

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    2. No, I think I remember seeing something similar in Views by Roger Dean, but could be mistaken, I don't have my copy to hand right now. Nice work anyhow :)

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