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It has been politely requested of me to find another art style. So! I am open to suggestions! Why you might ask. Well because of Manga and anime's rather perverted nature in some area's. Some party's thought it too much of a temptation. So! I'm on the market for another form of art style! If you've got some idea's lemme know!

It has been politely requested of me to find another art style. So! I am open to suggestions! Why you might ask. Well because of Manga and anime's rather perverted nature in some area's. Some party's thought it too much of a temptation. So! I'm on the market for another form of art style! If you've got some idea's lemme know!

Stunning Sherlock Holmes story illustrations by the inimitable mid-20th century illustrator Robert Fawcett.  He illustrated Holmes tales in Collier’s Magazine in the same tradition as the earlier Frederic Dorr Steele, preceded by Frank Wiles and Sidney Paget.

Stunning Sherlock Holmes story illustrations by the inimitable mid-20th century illustrator Robert Fawcett. He illustrated Holmes tales in Collier’s Magazine in the same tradition as the earlier Frederic Dorr Steele, preceded by Frank Wiles and Sidney Paget.

Beautiful artwork by J. Allen St. John on the cover of the Chicago Sunday Tribune book review section, Feb. 13, 1949.  John Dickson Carr's book "The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle" is reviewed in the issue.

Beautiful artwork by J. Allen St. John on the cover of the Chicago Sunday Tribune book review section, Feb. 13, 1949. John Dickson Carr's book "The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle" is reviewed in the issue.