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This sketch is based on a poem by [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith that retells the story of Frankenstein's monster from the point of view of the doctor's long-suffering assistant, Igor.


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This sketch was requested by [livejournal.com profile] minor_architect and depicts a scene from [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith's Monster House poem, Restoration. The cold little radiator dragon has been placed in the oven in the hope that the heat will revive it, while the monsters from under-the-bed and in-the-closet peer through the window.



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This is a sketch from a scene in Husband by Hand, a variation on a european fairytale featuring [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith's character Fiorenza the herbalist. In this story, Fiorenza uses her skill to help Bettina, a girl from her village who kneads to find a well bread husband.



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This is a scene from The Henchmen's Hitch, a poem by [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith about what happens when a pair of not-so-evil henchmen named Nib and Brod try to bring their master a magical sword.





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This is a sketch of warsailor Brelig's encounter with a deathfin sea monster, from Without Fail, a new Torn World story by [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith:
Brelig swiped his sickle toward the bleeding eyelid again -- and the deathfin grabbed him by that arm, lifting him high above the ship. The sudden shock of pain frayed his concentration. Brelig swung in the air, blood raining everywhere. Then he pulled himself upward to swing the axe into the deathfin's eye.




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This sketch is based on [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith's poem shine on about Shahana, the world-weary paladin, and Ari, the peasant girl who became her apprentice and travelling companion when a raid on her village left her with no better options. Shahana has found a fallen star and speaks of her goddess Gailah, weakened in an attack by priests of a rival god, but does not concede defeat, using the light of the star as a symbol of the resolute faith by which Gailah's followers will one day prevail.

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This sketch is based on "unfolding wings," the first in a series of beautiful poems by [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith about the Origami Mage, an Eastern style hero from an asian inspired fantasy world. Please visit Penultimate Productions for more of the Origami Mage and her rival the Kirigami Mage (along with some other fantastic poetry series!)

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A young Origami Mage brings a paper crane to life

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A young Origami Mage brings a paper crane to life

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A young Origami Mage brings a paper crane to life
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