Sherlock Holmes: The Woman

“And when he speaks of Irene Adler, or when he refers to her photograph, it is always under the honourable title of the woman.”

A Scandal in Bohemia

Arthur Conan Doyle

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Sketchiness: Point

point

Ink, watercolour, cartidge paper.

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World Copyright Day: Miracleman

Today is World Book Day, or World Copyright Day. The most appropriate book for this day is Miracleman. The history is too convoluted for me to summarise here, especially since others have done it already :)

So this will be my evening reading:

miracleman

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Daredevil Training Montage 1982

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Daredevil training montage (Survivor track not provided)

By Frank Miller, from Daredevil #181, April 1982.

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Dead Presidents

42x30 cm mixed media on watercolour paper

42×30 cm
mixed media on watercolour paper

Inspired, of course, by the movie ‘Dead Presidents’

 

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Even More Monkey Business…now with added Nosferatu

First, Nosferatu in India Ink. This is an old painting, but I still like it, so I’m adding it here apropos of nothing.

Count Orlok as played by Max Schreck in 'Nosferatu'

Count Orlok as played by Max Schreck in ‘Nosferatu’

Next, another review and recommendation of my story The Monkey H0use:

It’s qualified, but any paragraph that mentions me and Ligotti in the same sentence…I’ll take it as praise, thank you very much.

Also.

My friend Zen Cho has a story up at Kaleidotrope called ‘Monkey King, Faerie Queen’

No, we did not coordinate. Just one of those coincidences.

 

 

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Brief Monkey Business

My story The Monkey House in Omenana Magazine got some love from Skiffy and Fanty:

“This dystopia is set not in the future but in the eighties and follows the Orwellian tradition while being rather Kafkaesque, but adds enough facets, from dark fantasy elements to the chronic illness of the protagonist, to create something entirely new.”

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Also, Omenana has released the pdf and flip version of the magazine with new illustrations.

This goes with ‘The Monkey House':

 

 

 

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