Monday, 26 October 2015

The Penny Library of room 2017

This is the first in a series (possibly a series of one) bringing you, fine reader, up to date with the acquisitions of 'The Penny Library' of illustration lecturer, Dwayne Bell (33). So called because it's populated with cheap books - often costing mere pennies.

Today we're looking at 'The Three Poor Tailors' by Victor G. Ambrus of Time Team, fame. As far as we're concerned Victor, is one of the best.

This edition is dated 1966 and comes via Amazon from West Bay Christian Academy, Road Island, USA.

Victor's work ranges from 'realistic' through to stylised and childish - depending on his audience - but his line work and material use is consistent, as is his draughtsmanship, for which he famously requires little to no reference (don't think that you can get away with the same - you can't).

Victor's use of ink is legendary.

Look at those colours!

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