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    Strange and stunning.

    Someone get this guy a demented childrens book to illustrate NOW!

    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
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    Yeah, you know I'd love to do a Gorey, or Grimly kind of thing. A little twisted. Thanks for the comments.

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    Amazing! Please post more

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    Love the colors, especially in that first one.

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    Very nice stuff. Have you been working for a long time? I feel like I've seen stuff by you in children's books I read when I was a kid. Maybe it's just you were influenced by that style.

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    I have been doing this for quite awhile but unless you are very young you wouldn't have enjoyed my children's book. I did one published by Random House in 2002 called "What's That Noise?". I have, however, been influenced by many things throughout my life and career so I'm sure that's what you are seeing. Thanks for the kind words guys.

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    Love that style! It remember mi Bosh, very nice!

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    amazing. reminds me of salvidor dali. and a bit of "the labryth", the movie with david bowe as a wizard? very cool stuff

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    More New

    Here are the first and last pages of a comic I did for a Yugoslavian comic anthology. I didn't want to post all 12 pages and clutter up the site (if this is against the rules and I should post all of the images here please let me know) so if you want to see it all it's at my blog: http://billcarman.blogspot.com.
    I've also included something a little more mainstream. It's a cover for Polly Horvath's "The Canning Season". It really is a great teen/young adult novel. Anyway I like the variety of work that illustration affords me.
    New on pg. 15 trying to contribute 6.8.2013

    New on pg. 15 trying to contribute 6.8.2013

    New on pg. 15 trying to contribute 6.8.2013

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    Man, those illustrations of Yours are the sweetest eye-candies I can possibly get. Last one took me away and I'm not expecting to come back soon from that trip.

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    aaaaaawwwwesome stuff!! I just love the second illustration of the last update yummy

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    SWEET !

    I love the knight and the monster, although I would like it even more without the eye (of the monster)

    Are you working with watercolors, Acryl or is that only digital ?

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    this is awesome!!!
    The style is similar to that of my old schoolbooks...Though in different theme,but the style is very oldschool,well at least where I come from...

    But there's no school like old school...
    Old school,or no school,biat**!

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