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Bert Kruger
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Barry Windsor Smith 
From the 1974 Gorblimey Press Conan Portfolio
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Brian Hague
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Almost missed this week...


Some Bettie Page inspired Virgil Finlay.
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More Frazetta


Frank Frazetta's granddaughter is going to be at the Motor City con. this weekend, with original artwork from Frank. I better leave my credit cards at home!


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I know nothing about that image except that it's a charcoal head by Max Turner. And that I dig it.
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I wonder if that Max Turner piece was an exercise in not lifting the charcoal stick off the paper.
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Nelson Zeppilli
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JB said: I wonder if that Max Turner piece was an exercise in not lifting the charcoal stick off the paper.

Interesting thought!

By the way, do you (or did you) sometimes indulge yourself in those kind of exercises, Mr. Byrne?
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Alex Toth revisiting some old friends in a nice, laid-back atmosphere...

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Robert Shepherd
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A sweet sketch by Justin Gerard. I love the craft paper-brown pencil- white pencil combo.

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Bert Kruger
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Nuff Said!!

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Wow, a stunner from Kirby!  I love love love the pencil versions of Jack's art.  Very few, if any, artists ever captured Black Bolt like Kirby did - maybe Steve Rude came closest to the pure power of Kirby. 
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This week I found an image to share.... Deadman by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez circa 1986 I believe...


Stunning.

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