Fan Art

So every twenty years or so, I pick up a pencil and draw stuff. I’m going to put my Avengers fan art here, partly because it might give me an incentive to draw more often.

(And no, the twenty-years thing isn’t an exaggeration: that’s how long it’s been since last I drew something. Sad, isn’t it?)


A Request About Credit

If you want to post these to your Insta or FB or whatever, that’s totally fine, but please follow these guidelines:

Requests for copies of images without the watermark will be decided on a case-by-case basis.


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A quartet of false-color Steeds, inspired by Andy Warhol’s “Shot Marilyns,” computer illustration, 12 May 2019
(From a still from the Season 2 episode “The Sell-Out”)

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I call this one “Mr and Mrs John Steed, c. 1810.” The presentation was inspired by the custom of painting miniature portraits on ivory during the Regency period.
Mrs Peel is based on a composite of images from “Touch of Brimstone.”
Steed is from an image from “Too Many Christmas Trees.”
(Computer illustration, 7 August 2018)

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Honor Blackman as Cathy Gale, computer illustration 16 April 2018
(From a still from “Mr Teddy Bear“)

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Patrick Macnee as John Steed and Diana Rigg as Emma Peel, computer illustration, 24 December 2017
(Spliced together two stills from “Too Many Christmas Trees”; holly garlands courtesy of pixabay.com)

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Patrick Macnee as John Steed, computer illustration, 3 December 2017
(From a still from “Room Without a View”)

 


 

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Patrick Macnee as John Steed, computer illustration, 29 September 2017
(From a still from the Season 5 end credits)

I used a different program for this one than I did for the one from “Sell-Out.” I wanted to try a different style.


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Patrick Macnee as John Steed, computer illustration, 3 September 2017
(From a still from “The Sell-Out”)

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Patrick Macnee as John Steed, pencil on paper, 10 March 2017
(From a still from “Small Game for Big Hunters”)