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Elves and fairies

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https://flic.kr/p/QH4Ljv | Margaret Tarrant "Mr Robin" vintage Christmas card | Margaret Winifred Tarrant (1888-1959) was an English illustrator, and children's author, specializing in depictions of fairy-like children and religious subjects.

Margaret Winifred Tarrant (1888-1959) was an English illustrator, and children's author, specializing in depictions of fairy-like children and religious subjects.

Bright - Fairy Design - Final pass, Ian Joyner on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/qGaKN

Fairy design for Bright on Netflix! Once again I got to work with the awesome Andrew Menzies to help bring some of the strange creatures of bright to life. I have always loved seeing fairies depicted as creepy little creatures so developing these guys was a dream job! This was my final design pass before it went on to VFX. Also included a bit of the progress that went into it, I often do tiny thumbnail sketches before I begin resolving in zbrush. The sculpt was resolved very quickly in…

De Kabouter | It's us..the Picsees! We've been away collecti… | Flickr

It's us..the Picsees! We've been away collecting some good old days but we're back now! Well.....actually it's not just us who's back and also we're not really back where we used to be. You see...once upon a time, about two months ago we got a special letter from our friends the Kabouters. Have we told you about them before? The Kabouters are wee folk (but not quite as wee as we are) that lives in magical place called the Nether Netherlands. They are sort of like gnomes, but in the same way…

Illustrated by Marjorie Peters.  “Childcraft, Volume One.  Poems of Early Childhood.”  Published by the Quarrie Corp in Chicago.  Copyright 1923, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1937, and 1939.  Edited by S. Edgar Farquhar and Patty Smith Hill.  Art editor Milo Winter.  38 artists listed in addition to the work of Milo Winter.

Illustrated by Marjorie Peters. “Childcraft, Volume One. Poems of Early Childhood.” Published by the Quarrie Corp in Chicago. Copyright 1923, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1937, and 1939. Edited by S. Edgar Farquhar and Patty Smith Hill. Art editor Milo Winter. 38 artists listed in addition to the work of Milo Winter.

Have You Ever Been Pixie-Led? – Inspiration Pie

Mythical Monday Have you ever found yourself lost or wandering around trying to find your way? Then, it’s possible you may have been pixie-led! Pixies are mythical creature commonly found in …