Unipeg Emblem

Sci fi/Fantasy image by

Tamara Thiersmann

This piece was drawn in conjunction with my other piece of the same method and style, entitled 'Dragon Emblem.' I have since matted the two along with a third piece, which is a colored rendition of the two images combined in the same manner as a playing card, with one on top, the other 'mirrored' on the bottom--I was in quite a quandry as to which critter was to be on top and which direction the seperate ink pieces were to be facing! Anyway, its for sale! Check my site for more details! ^_- (ink)

Published More than a year ago

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