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    Charles Vess- online galleries anyone?

    I'm looking for more of his work online. Know any good sites? His own gallery from his site doesn't seem to be working right now. Thanks a bunch!

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    Thanks for the podgallery link. I spent the better part of the morning going through. Even has Donato on there. Neat stuff.

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    Thanks everyone!

    By the way, do you guys know what kind of paints he often uses? (oil,acrylic, watercolor, etc)

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    This is the kind of work that you need to try to see in person if you can. He usually has portfolio's at his table at con's. Extremely nice guy. I believe it's inks that have been diluted then drawn over in line work with colored ink (pens or quills is my guess).

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