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    Pen line drawings

    These are a few commissioned pieces from several years ago, I still illustrate but rarely professionally now more for my own amusement, My eyes are going and hands have forgotten the skillClick image for larger version. 

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ID:	3990!they are drawn with Rotring pens on a plasticized medium (To prevent flooding)
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    The detail is amazing, Ethan! I know what you mean about the eyes and hands forgetting the skill, I'm right there with you. Thank you for sharing these.
    There is no life I know
    To compare with pure imagination.
    Living there you’ll be free
    If you truly wish to be.~ Willy Wonka

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    Isn't it great that so many of us poets are visual artists as well? These are beautiful Ethan, in the detail and texture especially.

    Lorraine

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    These are awesome! I used to work with pens a long time ago, got a new set of Koh-i-noor Rapidograph pens for Christmas but haven't broke them out yet. I may do that soon.
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    Thanks Guys, It's sad but true that age takes a toll. Not only could I not repeat these drawings, I can't, (without a stout pair of reading specs) see the work nor remember it!
    I can remember vaguely the chimp with a cigarette was for an article on addition. (the chimp was from a Chinese Zoo 'I think',) and had become addicted to tobacco, but like the drawings I can't remember the detail.
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    Wonderful poet and wonderful artist.

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    Nice. I had a drawing teacher in art school that taught us with a similar detailed style. Took the class to the local zoo for several weeks of class too.
    "PS: don't take technical advice about cold fusion from someone who can't spell fuzhun."

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    You could always be a shader for comic books.

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    Perfect detailing. The drawings seem aluve with movement.

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    Super cool! Did you sketch these out first or just draw them in ink?
    If your art doesn't push, you won't get any pull.

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