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Ocean Siren (Mermaid), from EB Hudspeth's The Resurrectionist, a two-part volume that includes The Codex Extinct Animalia, "a Gray’s Anatomy for mythological beasts"

Ocean Siren (Mermaid), from EB Hudspeth's The Resurrectionist, a two-part volume that includes The Codex Extinct Animalia, "a Gray’s Anatomy for mythological beasts"

Beautiful drawings by Alfred Basha.  They look a little similar to my illustrations actually - very similar concept too (mixing the two forms of nature - flora and fauna).

Beautiful drawings by Alfred Basha. They look a little similar to my illustrations actually - very similar concept too (mixing the two forms of nature - flora and fauna).

♏ Scorpio is the turbulent water surge, frozen in Fixed quality, wrapped in conflict with the combative Mars propelling the deep frenetic thrust into the underworld with noxious Pluto. The Scorpio island is the nuclear battlefield, wrestling with Mars and Pluto. Fire and Water the mixture within, beautiful, yet destructive, sumptuous Ubiquity

♏ Scorpio is the turbulent water surge, frozen in Fixed quality, wrapped in conflict with the combative Mars propelling the deep frenetic thrust into the underworld with noxious Pluto. The Scorpio island is the nuclear battlefield, wrestling with Mars and Pluto. Fire and Water the mixture within, beautiful, yet destructive, sumptuous Ubiquity

Master doodler Kerby Rosanes (aka Sketchy Stories) is back with a new series of creative sketches. The Manila-based illustrator, who is internationally recognized for his whimsical illustrations, continues to combine elaborate detail with a trademark charm. In the past, Rosanes created intricate sketches that exploded out of Moleskin notebooks, and now the self-taught artist's newest collection of doodles takes a different visual approach—wild animals emerge from crystalized, geometric…

Master doodler Kerby Rosanes (aka Sketchy Stories) is back with a new series of creative sketches. The Manila-based illustrator, who is internationally recognized for his whimsical illustrations, continues to combine elaborate detail with a trademark charm. In the past, Rosanes created intricate sketches that exploded out of Moleskin notebooks, and now the self-taught artist's newest collection of doodles takes a different visual approach—wild animals emerge from crystalized, geometric…