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Frank Frazetta

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Egyptian Queen The Egyptian Queen first appeared in print as the cover for Eerie magazine #23 in mid-1969. Grand Comics Database notes about the art: Frank Frazetta republished this painting, with slight revisions, as a poster titled “Egyptian Queen.” The face of the woman is different in the poster. In an interview in The Comics Journal #174 (February 1995), reprinted on the magazine’s website, Frazetta said, “I’ll never forget, the ‘Egyptian Queen.’ I got that whole painting done, in about…

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Longue analyse de la saga culte d’Edgar Rice Burroughs Le Cycle de Mars, mettant en scène les aventures de John Carter et de la princesse Dejah sur Barsoom.

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ABOVE: Title page of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan and the City of Gold (Ace, 1963; F-205), with spot illustration by Frank Frazetta. ABOVE: Jeffrey Catherine Jones, illustration published on the ba…

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I found these images (explaining how to mix paints to achieve different skin tones) incredibly useful so I wanted to share them. They are from from “Painting the Head in Oil” by John Howard Sanden.…

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