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    Mordiga's Welcome to Azubel 2

    A fresh and more detailed version of the "Mordiga's Welcome to Azubel" vignette. One of four corner motifs from the lid of Queen Trinkus of Troiligum's sarcophagus. Interestingly, Queen Trinkus was the sister of Fatoota Patoota, the ancient Mamtockian Queen, from whose fossilised fingers Jamhut Doderpol prized the Galumphian glyph globe.


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    Joop the Moolie

    Although the Pickpea Moolies of Yut* are quite obviously primates, they're fairly far removed from any of the monkeys or apes you'll find on Earth. Highly intelligent and vocally articulate, they prove to be willing and worthy allies to Googly and the other resistors of Harmius Crool's evil consortium.

    Joop Jumbiligo, seen here, is the fellow whose initiative and quick thinking saves Googly and Toohumple from being horribly pecked to pieces by a deadly, flip-flappy flock of Yutlian saw-toothed eyeball pokers, which they encounter on a hair-brained expedition into the big, deep, dreadfully smelly pothole of death. Let's face it, when you're a True Alien Spotter, there's just never a dull moment.

    (*Yut: An arid little ovoid in the Sarpith system)

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    I would sware that you lived in a little cottage in the wildewood made from bark and brambles... and held together with pixie poo. Beautiful work.
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    i really really am truly inspired by this art work, they are the exact same style that i dream about throwing down on paper, you know, the wimsickle style that are usually drawn in a manner shown in children fantasy books, but with a touch of humor and some realistic features that make this freakishly odd.

    I would like to know some background info about yourself since it seems to be left out.

    Like... where did you study, how old are you, your inspirations, the length spent on each, idea creations and such.

    Let me know!
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    Those last 2 are just beautiful, cannot stop looking at them. More please!
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    Humphli Pumphli

    This crusty old carbuncle is one of the Thulian Giants (native to the ancient world of Cyrimbal) who live in perfect symbiosis with the relatively tiny 'Picky Pocky People'. Typically, within weeks of a Thulian's birth, the Picky Pockies will be found amongst the giant child's hair follicles, busily working on what will become an ever-growing aggregation of dwellings. The child's parents will almost certainly welcome the arrival of the tiny builders, knowing that the benefits to their offspring will far outweigh any inconvenience or discomfort. Let's face it, to have your every bodily orifice regularly cleaned and maintained, in return for protection and assistance... that would be a splendid arrangement, don't you think? : )
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    Shadrach Sharples

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    thank you for posting again your drawings are fantastic !

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    Your pictures makes me happy.

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    You had me sold with the procession of the consternated cat. Awesome linework. Looks just like an old stone tablet.

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    Always a pleasure to see your drawings, Hethabyr! Have you done any Terry-Pratchett-related work? Your style would suit his stories so well.
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    So nice to see you back! Awesome work.

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    Thanks Quicksilver, and Nubb. Re your query, Quicksilver... yes, I did a piece for one of the Pratchett calendars, a few years back.

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    Just took the trip through your thread... haha wow. So, so fun. Thank you.

    Tuning to your wavelength and riding along is some of the most fun I've had in ages. The Hethabyr inspiration folder on my HD is bulging with your critters. I have 57 thread subscriptions; and of those, yours is my absolute favorite.

    Usually its the expressions on their faces or in their eyes of your drawings that grab me; but you're also an absolute master draftsman in every sense of the word. Beyond that you're a visionary and a master storyteller and artist; the giggles and laughs weren't stopping for anything all the way through the ride.

    I wish to give you a magical golden coin for the privilege; but maybe I can cast a spell from my hatful of spells that would compel a few others to come and experience the ride and leave thoughtful comments for you at the end. Your work certainly deserves it.

    Please continue posting until you can post no more; I'll see what I can do about rounding up some new Hethabyr 'wavelength riders'
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    Thanks muchly, P Sage. I really appreciate your kind comments.

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