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    The Sword in the Stone

    Kinda misleading, yes?
    Well, i dug up my copic markers today and checked if they still work, i have them with me for 14 years now, hardly used. So that might change... we will see.

    Made on white paper with copics, colored pencil and white color.


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    "Whoso draweth out the sword from this stone is the true-born... ummm....."

    Lovely work.

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    The stone looks amazing, all those cracks and shadows.

    You should use those markers more often, it looks great!
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    Excellent work!!! Nothing beats the Classic Sword of Power!

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    If I could draw like this, more people would read my storyboards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
    "Whoso draweth out the sword from this stone is the true-born... ummm....."

    Lovely work.
    Hah! I just got your reference - nice! I can just see the confusion on his face. Appropriate, too.

    And I agree about the quality of this drawing.

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    Thank you all very much for all the comments! Much apreciated.

    Here is another one, made while waiting for bus and train to get some groceries. So it is a bit wobbely, sorry about that. The white paint applications were made at home.

    Hope you enjoy it.


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    I can say that i like the Battle Axe even more. For me the Axe will always be He-Man's primary weapon. The Sword is coming next!

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    ..you could print stuff like this on a t-shirt..?

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    @ Granamyr80
    Thank you. Yes, the axe was my favorite too, and still is. Makes him more the Barbarian.

    @ Eternian-King Paul
    Yes, probably in a limited run, but i doubt anyone would want that, i can't even sell prints of my stuff...



    And here is the last of the three "IN THE STONE" items.
    The red is digitally made, i didn't want to have any color in the originals which are just grey tones.
    This too is made with copic marker, colored pencil and this time white wax pastel.

    If anyone would want a print of them, let me know. They cost 5 Euro plus shipping. The size is DIN A4 (a bit bigger than the US Comic size).

    And here is the shield:


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    Heroic Warrior Eternian-King Paul's Avatar
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    I'd buy this. ..and print it on a shirt.

    Sadly not too many people understand the symbolism and meaning of Masters.

    When I wear my Skeletor shirt in public, people are like "nice swag", or worse.

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    Okay, then there is one who would have it on a shirt
    Thanks.

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    I would add to this thought, that Masters has a powerful and strong balance to it.

    So if you do a He-Man thing for any reason, it should have the ideal oppositional image/character/meaning/message with it.

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