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Strange Horizons Gallery Presents...

Science Fiction Art of Randall Ensley

This month's gallery features the pen and ink imagery of emerging American artist Randall Ensley. The painstaking stipple technique is evident in this selection which includes work appearing in The Leading Edge, Challenging Destiny, and DKA Magazine. Ensley's work has been influenced by the great pulp illustrators of an earlier era and a childhood filled with heaping doses of Lost in Space, The Herculoids, and Robert Heinlein.

Visit Randall's web site to see more of his artwork.

Key of Pain ©Randall Ensley 2002

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28 Nov 2022

The comb is kept in a small case and a magnifying glass is there for you
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