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It seemed fitting for a story with a name like that to create a visual representation that captured a brief moment in time, something that wouldn't last. It also gave me an opportunity to do something that always amuses me, mixing the horrific with the every day. The fact that I got to eat the props helped as well. 


Additional image shows the work in progress and the final image, a sample illustration framed (the little figure in the bottom corner of the frame not included, that's the original Catmonkey who will be continuing his reign of terror from here). 


The drawing comes complete with a copy of the story by Sean Walter. 


Worked in charcoal and Wolff's carbon pencils on Fabriano Artistico extra white paper. It's framed ready to ship in a smart black frame made using recycled materials and with acrylic safety glazing. Drawn area size 12" wide by 18" high, frame size 16" x 22".

In an Instant original illustration

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