Heraldry, Pt 3: Charges
Designing New Characters
July, 2006: Mischief
July, 2006: Mischiefby Ellen Million
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This month, we look at printer mischief and Ren Bail talks about the awful mischief of art theft. Ursula introduces us to selling artwork at a convention, Annie takes us through a delightful character design, Marina talks heraldry, hold your breath for an article on air from Janet, and we've also got two short stories, a poem and a gallery of mischievious artwork. Our main entrance graphic is from a photo of a sculpture by Michael Cross - see the full-sized image in the gallery! The goblin in the upper corners is from a piece by Janet Chui.
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