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Prices include shipping within the United States and Canada. Because international rates are quite complicated it’s more difficult for me to ship to other countries.

If you’re interested in having one of these sent outside the US and Canada, contact me at bws(at)webomator(period)com.

Tanglewood (inked), 1985
Tanglewood (inked), 1985

This illustration from the center spread of Runestaff #35 is a complex “carpet page” design of trees that was suggested by my discovery of Art O’Murnaghan’s beautiful Celtic Revival art.

I’ve revisited the design twice in digital color over the intervening years. This is the first version of the design. It’s executed in ink on Bristol Board and it measures about 7 1/2 by 12 inches.

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A God on the Wheel of Worlds (from Runestaff #31), 1985
A God on the Wheel of Worlds (from Runestaff #31), 1985

This illustration is from the center spread of Runestaff #31 in March of 1985.

The original drawing measures about eight by twelve inches; it’s drawn in ink on Bristol Board.

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The Death of Cuchulain (from Runestaff #18), 1983
The Death of Cuchulain (from Runestaff #18), 1983

This illustration is from the center spread of Runestaff #18 in March of 1983.

The original drawing measures about eight by twelve inches; it’s drawn in ink on paper, and has been mounted in a matte that hasn’t aged well.

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Englyn (from Runestaff #28), 1984
Englyn (from Runestaff #28), 1984

This illustration is from the center spread of Runestaff #28 in September of 1984.

The original drawing measures about eight by twelve inches; it’s drawn in ink on Bristol Board. (I painted this one later, in watercolor; that version is also here under the “Miscellany” tab.)

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Death in the King's House (from Runestaff #30), 1985
Death in the King’s House (from Runestaff #30), 1985

This illustration is from the center spread of Runestaff #30 in February of 1985.

The original drawing measures about eight by twelve inches; it’s drawn in ink on Bristol Board. (I painted this one later, in watercolor; that version is also here under the “Miscellany” tab.)

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The Night the Elves Came Back (from Runestaff #33), 1985
The Night the Elves Came Back (from Runestaff #33), 1985

This illustration is from the center spread of Runestaff #33 in August of 1985.

The original drawing measures about eight by twelve inches; it’s drawn in ink on paper.

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Cover for Runestaff #21, 1983
Cover for Runestaff #21, 1983

This is the cover drawing for Runestaff #21 in July of 1983.

The original drawing measures about three by five inches and is drawn in ink on paper.

In almost every case I drew my Runestaff covers actual size and inside this oddly-shaped outline. Then copies were pasted into the decorative border that we used on every cover.

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Cover for Runestaff #25, 1984
Cover for Runestaff #25, 1984

This is the cover drawing for Runestaff #21 in March of 1984.

The original drawing measures about 4 3/4 by 7 3/4 inches and is drawn in ink on paper.

This cover was a rare exception in that I didn’t draw it inside the usual outline for a Runestaff cover. It’s larger than the usual drawings, too. (For use on the cover the outline was added in the paste-up.)

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Cover for Runestaff #31, 1985
Cover for Runestaff #31, 1985

This is the cover drawing for Runestaff #31 in March of 1985.

The original drawing measures about three by five inches and is drawn in ink on paper.

In almost every case I drew my Runestaff covers actual size and inside this oddly-shaped outline. Then copies were pasted into the decorative border that we used on every cover.

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Cover for Runestaff #34, 1985
Cover for Runestaff #34, 1985

This is the cover drawing for Runestaff #31 in September of 1985.

The original drawing measures about three by five inches and is drawn in ink on paper.

In almost every case I drew my Runestaff covers actual size and inside this oddly-shaped outline. Then copies were pasted into the decorative border that we used on every cover.

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Harper #1 from the Runestaff (1983)
Harper #1 from the Runestaff (1983)

This is one of many drawings of harpers I drew for illustrations in the Runestaff. This one’s from 1983.

Drawn in ink on paper at about 3 3/4 by 5 1/2 inches.

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Harper #2 from the Runestaff (1984)
Harper #2 from the Runestaff (1984)

This is one of many drawings of harpers I drew for illustrations in the Runestaff. This one’s from 1984.

Drawn in ink on paper at about 3 3/4 by 5 1/4 inches.

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