The Borisography: A

Aaron Owens (BJ)
Dreaml.181 One of several artworks painted for a Mountain Dew cardgame detailing the basketball players in the And1 Mixtape Tour. I only know of four paintings for this game but it is conceivable that Boris and Julie painted more than that.

This particular portrait is of AO (all the cards use the players' nicknames) whose real name is Aaron Owens. The alternative title The Admiral is presumably based on the jacket being worn by him but I do not know whether this is of any relevance.

Mountain Dew is one of PepsiCo's brand names, hence the title Pepsi Cola 1 when it was originally published on the old Imaginistix website.

All the paintings are unsigned but the cards were published in early/mid 2006 so it could date to that, or the preceding, year.

Abgal (1990)
B2.34
BoB.71
1991-Apr
Painted for the 1991 Mythology Calendar.

Abgal is a sea god - but the particular myth cycle is not identified. I would guess Norse from the sound of the name.

Abim's World (1995)
CIS.7
1999-Apr
This piece was done specifically for the Comic Images Supreme card set where it is titled At the End of the Day.

The calendar version is laterally reversed compared to the trading card. As can be seen from the signature, the trading card is the correct way round so that has been used for the illustration here.

Acceptance (1994)
BJ.30
1995-Jan
Painted for the 1995 Fantasy Calendar.
Ace of Wands (2009)
Tarot This painting for Heavy Metal's Tarot series was published in the edition of May 2009.
Achilles' Choice (1990)
B1.08
CD1
Cover for the novel Achilles' Choice (Tor Books, 1991) by Larry Niven & Steven Barnes. The dragon is a bit of artistic licence by Boris - there are no dragons featured in the book.

The book also has 14 pen and ink illustrations by Boris – go to the Achilles' Choice book page to see them.

Across the Heavens (1993)
B4.38 Cover art for Berserker Kill by Fred Saberhagen (Tor Books, 1993.)
Action Figures (1995)
Cover for the inaugural edition of Penthouse Men's Adventure Comix dated April/May 1995.

The title is derived from a series of the same name in the magazine. The painting illustrates a scene from that first episode.

The cover features a mirror image of this painting (though the signature is still the right way round) but inside the magazine there is a full page, correctly orientated, copy of the painting. I say it is correctly orientated on the basis that it is the same way round as Boris' preliminary sketch.

Adarbal (1993)
B4.58
1994-Centre
Painted for the 1994 Mythology Calendar.

This is a chilean mythological figure who stood at a crevice near the Patagonian Mountains waiting for demons to burst forth from the underworld. He destroyed all but one, which escaped back into the underworld, and to which earthquakes are attributed.

The Admiral (BJ)
Dreaml.181 One of several artworks painted for a Mountain Dew cardgame detailing the basketball players in the And1 Mixtape Tour. I only know of four paintings for this game but it is conceivable that Boris and Julie painted more than that.

This particular portrait is of AO (all the cards use the players' nicknames) whose real name is Aaron Owens. The alternative title The Admiral is presumably based on the jacket being worn by him but I do not know whether this is of any relevance.

Mountain Dew is one of PepsiCo's brand names, hence the title Pepsi Cola 1 when it was originally published on the old Imaginistix website.

All the paintings are unsigned but the cards were published in early/mid 2006 so it could date to that, or the preceding, year.

Adventurer (1980)
FAT 99 Book cover for Ace books: Flash Gordon 4: Forces from the Federation, by David Hagberg.
Against the Odds (1984)
B1.49
BoB.51
BJ.38 (sketch)
CD1
FPG.34
Portfolio 17
1986-Jan
Book cover for the paperback edition of Conan the Triumphant by Robert Jordan (Tor Books, 1985.)
Against the Prince of Hell (1982)
B1.24
BoB.48
CD1
WOB.17
Cover for Red Sonja #5: Against the Prince of Hell by David C Smith & Richard L Tierney(Ace Books, 1983.)
Agent of Vega (1982)
B2.41
CD1
Painted as cover for the 1982 edition of Agent of Vega by James H Schmitz (Ace Books.)
Ahead and Beyond (2002)
2005-Mar This painting was featured in the 2005 Fantasy Calendar and also used for the cover.
Air (2002)
Ult_Ill.105 One of four drawings, two by Boris and the other two by Julie, illustrating the four traditional elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water.

Boris and Julie intended the drawings as designs for a set of sculptures produced by themselve rather than through a third party. Ultimately they experienced too many hurdles and did not proceed with the project.

See Water for Boris' other drawing in the set. Julie's drawings can be seen in the The Ultimate Illustrations book page.

Alabaster City (1995)
BJ box card
1996-Dec
Painted for the 1996 Fantasy Calendar.
Alethia Reborn (2005) (BJ)
2007-Dec Featured in the 2007 Fantasy Calendar. I do not know if it was painted specifically for this use but suspect it wasn't because the calendar features a number of images I know to be repurposed paintings.
Alien Visitor (1990)
B3.70
CD1
FPG.02
FPG.13
This was painted as a wrap-around book cover for The Ring of Charon by Roger MacBride Allen (Tor Books, 1990.)

The alien, missing from the original artwork (and book cover,) was subsequently added b.y Boris to make the picture more saleable.

The Alien Within (1985)
B1.25
CD1
Cover for Voyagers II: The Alien Within (Tor Books, 1988) by Ben Bova.

The sources for this image show a curious white object, at the start of the road leading to the tower, which is missing from the book cover. Closer examination reveals what appears to be a piece of (self adhesive?) paper that had become attached to the painting!

All Is Well (2012)
2013-Centre This painting was used as the centrepiece for the 2013 Fantasy Calendar. The format of the picture suggests it was specifically painted for the calendar.
Allies (calendar) (BJ) (2012)
2014-Mar This is the version of an unnamed painting, see Allies (original), modified for use in the 2014 Fantasy Calendar. In addition to hiding the original's nudity, the modification also included a whole new head, implying that the model didn't want to be identified in the calendar.
Allister the Slayer (1995)
Cover art for Alister the Slayer #1, a comic book.

This was also used as the centrepiece for the 2000 calendar under the title Jiroc of Sten: in this case it has been redated 1999 so I assume that it has been modified in some way but the only differences I can detect are possible extensions to the top and bottom to suit the calendar's centrepiece format.

Alone (1980)
CD1
Mirage
One of the Mirage paintings.

The titles of Alone and First Love are interchanged on the CD.

Alone on the Top (2007) (BJ)
I have no information concerning the purpose of this painting but a version of it, suitably censored, was used for the 2013 Fantasy Calendar under the title The Journey.
Alpnu (1989)
AC.4
B1.36
BoB.28
FPG.06
Portfolio 11
1990-Jan
Painted for the 1990 Mythology Calendar.

Alpnu is the Etruscan goddess and guardian of the gates to the underworld.

The model is Julie Bell, Boris' (then) future wife and this is the first of his paintings to feature her.

Alter Ego (1982)
Mirage Drawn for Mirage, this is one of the twelve untitled drawings featured at the start of the book.
Amaethon (1990)
B2.65
BoB.84
1991-Feb
Painted for the 1991 Mythology Calendar.

Amaethon derives from British mythology and is possibly a harvest god.

Amaryllis Embrace (2010)
2011-centre
Dland.115
Used as the centrepiece, under the title At the Summit, for the 2011 Fantasy Calendar.
Amazon (2001)
SG.F3
CD2
Sketch.122
Ult_Ill.099
Design drawing for a Franklin Mint sculpture which was to feature the woman with a dragon. Apparently, unauthorised changes were made to the dragon which Boris was not happy with. I'm not familiar with any sculpure featuring this woman so perhaps the sculpture was never produced.
Amazon Princess and Her Pet
Boris 1
FABV.22
1981-May
Painted as the cover for Boris.

According to Boris the original title is Amazon Princess and Her Pet but by the time it was published in the calendar it had become Amazon's Pet, the name by which it is more commonly known.

The painting is undated but both FABV and the calendar give the year as 1977.

Amazon Queen - preliminary sketch (1984)
B2.43 Preliminary artwork for the film Barbarian Queen.

Althought the drawing is dated 1985, the painting based on it was actually completed in 1984! (See the two entries below for more information.) I believe that this is one of a number of undated sketches that, for whatever reason, were retrospectively dated 1985. Clearly, in this case (and others which are separately identified,) the date is wrong.

Amazon Queen / Amazon Queens / Amazon's Queen (1984)
1986-Apr
IoJ.64
Painted as a poster for the film Barbarian Queen.

This is the original version of the painting based on the preliminary artwork (see above.) It was used for the initial film advertising and I have also seen it used for more recent video/DVD releases of the film. It was subsequently overpainted and redated 1985: see the next painting below.

Amazon Queen (1985)
CD1
FAT 79
As detailed above, this was painted as a poster for the Barbarian Queen film. Presumably at the producer's request, the original artwork was overpainted with the foreground mist and enhanced lightning. This work resulted in the signature being obliterated so it was re-signed and redated 1985. This later version was then used to promote the film although the original version was also subsequently used too!
Amazon Rider (1983)
B2.26
BoB.63
CD1
1985-Sep
Cover painting for Chosen of Mida by Sharon Green (Daw Books,1984) which is book III in herJalav - Amazon Warrior series.
The Amazon's Pet
Boris 1
FABV.22
1981-May
Painted as the cover for Boris.

According to Boris the original title is Amazon Princess and Her Pet but by the time it was published in the calendar it had become Amazon's Pet, the name by which it is more commonly known.

The painting is undated but both FABV and the calendar give the year as 1977.

Amazons (1986)
B1.41
BoB.44
CD1
FPG.23
Portfolio 13
Movie poster for the Roger Corman film Amazons (1986.)
The Amazons (1988)
B1.87
CD1
FPG.21
1990-May
Painted for the 1990 Mythology Calendar.
Amber (1994)
BoB.89 A fairy preserved in a piece of amber and used as a paperweight.

Cover art for Talisman (Penguin/Roc, 1994,) a collection of stories in the Earth Dawn series, edited by Sam Lewis.

Boris was only given a brief description of what was required so did not know that it should have been in a fantasy, rather than modern, setting.

Ambush (2010)
2012-Jan A painting from the 2012 Fantasy Calendar.
American Football (1984)
[American Football by Boris Vallejo[ B1.73
CD1
FAT 51
Verk
Painted for an article about professional football in the August 1984 edition of Playboy. The article and painting referenced Super Bowl XVIII so it is no surprise that Boris painted Lyle Alzado, of Los Angeles Raiders, holding up a shredded Washington Redskins shirt. Raiders won 38-9 setting Super Bowl records for most points and highest winning margin.

The painting was subsequently acquired from Hugh Hefner by one of his Bunnies who was responsible for having the lefthand side overpainted like this:

Amphitrite's Playground
2018-centre This is a version of Boris' painting Skywalker modified, by the addition of (very brief) clothing, for use in the 2018 Fantasy Calendar.
Anath Slays the Warriors (1988)
B3.08
1989-Aug
Painted for the 1989 Mythology Calendar.

Hebrew myth: Anath, a fertility goddess as well as the Goddess of Love and War, lured a troop of warriors to her temple, ostensibly for a celebration. Once they were there, however, she slew them all single-handedly. Subsequently she cleansed and perfumed herself and, as if in benediction, the heavens sent down rain. This symbolism is connected with the ancient Semitic belief in blood as the essence of life, not only in terms of human and animal life, but also in terms of agriculture.

Models were Boris' (then) wife Doris and son Dorian.

And Then There Were None (1996)
CIS.6
1998-Nov
A (t-shirt?) design that was intended for Crusade For Kids in their anti-drug crusade. It was subsequently used in the 1998 Mythology Calendar where it had the title Britorgan.
Android (1980)
B2.52
CD1
FAT 39
Cover for Crisis on Citadel II by David Hagberg (Ace/Tempo, 1980,) book #3 in his Flash Gordon series. That title is what appears on the book's cover but throughout the body of the book it is given as Crises on Citadel II!
Andromeda in Chains
B3.69
BJ.54
1989-Sep
Painted for the 1989 Mythology Calendar.

Greek mythology: A sea monster was ravaging the countryside and the princess Andromeda was to be sacrificed to him that he might cease his destruction. Perseus, on his way home to Seriphos, having slain the Gorgon Medusa, happened upon Andromeda chained to a rock in the sea. He saved her by pulling Medusa's head from his pouch and turning the monster to stone.

Angel (1984)
B2.67
CD1
Enchantment
Painted as an illustration, for the story of the same name, for Enchantment.

This is entitled Angel II on B2.67 which title, if used at all, ought to be applied to Angel (1989) since it was painted five years later.

Angel (1989)
B2.61 Painted as a decorative wall poster for Verkerke.
Angel's Freedom (2002)
2006,centre Featured as the centrepiece of the 2006 Fantasy Calendar. Given that the painting is dated 3 years before the calendar was issued, I assume it was painted for some other purpose.
The Angry Ghost
CD2 Cover art for The Angry Ghost by Kenneth Robeson (Bantam Books, 1977) book #86 in the Doc Savage series.
Antecorn (1981)
B2.68
Mirage
This painting is referred to in the introductory text for Mirage as Daydream, although the book uses no titles. The title used here is taken from the trading card set.
Antennae (1986)
B4.06 One of a series of paintings for an advertising campaign for Chess King the (now defunct) america clothing chain. Boris was involved from 1985 to 1988.
Anyea (2009) (BJ)
2010.Apr
Dland.006
Painted specifically for the 2010 Fantasy Calendar where it featured on the cover and the month of April.
AO (BJ)
Dreaml.181 One of several artworks painted for a Mountain Dew cardgame detailing the basketball players in the And1 Mixtape Tour. I only know of four paintings for this game but it is conceivable that Boris and Julie painted more than that.

This particular portrait is of AO (all the cards use the players' nicknames) whose real name is Aaron Owens. The alternative title The Admiral is presumably based on the jacket being worn by him but I do not know whether this is of any relevance.

Mountain Dew is one of PepsiCo's brand names, hence the title Pepsi Cola 1 when it was originally published on the old Imaginistix website.

All the paintings are unsigned but the cards were published in early/mid 2006 so it could date to that, or the preceding, year.

Apache Wells (1975)
B1.74
CD1
Book cover for Apache Wells by Robert Steelman (Ballantine Books, 1976.)

The painting is signed but not dated - the date above is that given on the trading card.

Ape's Land (1979)
B1.16
CD1
FAT 125
1982-May
Book cover for The City (Pocket Books, 1979) by Jane Gaskell, book #4 in The Atlan Saga.

The model, for both female figures, appears to be Danielle Anjou (of Mirage fame.)

Aphrodite (1989)
B2.57
BoB.T1
1991-Jun
Greek Mythology. Painted for the 1991 Mythology Calendar.
An Apple a Day (2017)
Painted for an exhibion, this is Boris' version of the Temptation of Eve story.

You might want to look at the sculpture shown in the top-left corner of the painting – here's a close-up for those of you whose eyes are not up to the task.

Apocalypse vs Angel (1996)
MM96.61/62 Another of the 50 or so paintings Boris produced for the Marvel Masterpieces '96 (Fleer/Skybox 1996) trading card set. This was one of the ten horizontal format paintings featuring two opposing characters. The images were split down the middle and issued as two, vertical format, halves.
Apollo (1991)
Ladies.068
Ult_Ill.057
One of the untitled drawings from Ladies, this drawing shows the god Apollo who, using his bow, was responsible for the death of the unfaithful Coronis (his former lover.)
Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2007) (BJ)
Imagix.192 Promotional artwork for the 2007 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters movie, a spinoff from the Aqua Teen Hunger Force animated TV series.
Aquarius, the Water Bearer (1987)
B2.24
BoB.57
CD1
1988-Feb
Painted for the 1988 Zodiac calendar.
Aquatic Angel
2020-Oct Featured in the 2020 Fantasy Calendar, the square format suggests that this was painted specifically for that purpose.

The painting is undated but was probably painted in about 2018.

The Aquilonian (1977)
B2.75
CD1
FABV
FPG.49
WOB.6
Book cover for Conan of Aquilonia by L Sprague de Camp & Lin Carter.
Arachne (1991)
B4.14
Ladies 152
The main illustration, for the story of the same name, for Ladies.
Arachne - drawing (1991)
BJ.U2
Ladies
One of the pencil drawings that accompanied the story of Arachne in Ladies.

See above for the painting.

Araminta Station (1987)
B1.28
CD1
Cover art for Araminta Station by Jack Vance (Tor Books, 1988.)
Arcane
Diva 18 Cover art for Arcane by Carl Sherrell (Jove Books, 1978.)
Archangel (1994)
'94 Painted for the X-Men '95 Ultra (Fleer, 1994) trading card set.
Archangel (1996)
MM96.63 Another painting of the Marvel character, this time for the Marvel Masterpieces '96 (Fleer/Skybox 1996) trading card set.
The Archangel of Space and Time (1994)
BJ.49
1996-Sept
Dreams.047
Painted for the 1996 Fantasy Calendar.

September '96 image. Offered for sale on the official Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell Web site under the title Dannie.

Archer (1982)
Mirage
Ult_Ill.065
One of the drawings from Mirage, the figure was inspired by the renowned bodybuilder, and former Mr Universe, Albert 'Al' Beckles.
Archer (1987)
B4.51 Painted for the dutch company Verkerke and published by them as a wall poster.
Archery (1986)
B3.50
BoB.74
1987-Centre
Centrepiece for the 1987 Fantasy Olympics Calendar.
Archie
CIS.5 Painted for a Michelob beer ad. Ultimately, this proved to be a controversial artwork and was not used: examination of the character's left hand shows the crushed can of a competitor's product!

The painting is signed but not dated.

Arena
Dland.058 Story illustration for the March 1977 edition of Starlog magazine where it warranted a double page spread (though another illustration did obscure most of the right-hand third.) The story concerned is Fredric Brown's classic 1944 tale Arena which has been republished a number of times and also been adapted to several well-known TV shows (including an episode of Star Trek.)

The painting is signed but not dated. It would have been painted in late 1976/early 1977.

The Arena (1987)
Artwork for the 1988 video release of Naked Warriors, a 1974 Roger Corman movie starring Pam Grier which was originally released as The Arena.
Ariadne (1991)
B3.56
BoB.88
BJ.50
Ladies 38
The main illustration, for the story of the same name, for Ladies.

Greek mythology: Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos. She gave Theseus the thread that helped him find his way out of the labyrinth after killing the Minotaur.

Ariadne and the Minotaur (1991)
BJ.50
Ladies.049
Ult_Ill.078
A drawing from Ladies, this accompanied the story of Ariadne and the Minotaur.
Aries, the Ram (1987)
B2.28
BoB.76
CD1
1988-Apr
Painted for the 1988 Zodiac Calendar.
Arm (1982)
CD1
Mirage
Pencil drawing for Mirage.
Arriving in the Big City (1992)
B4.16 Cover art for Unwillingly to Earth by Pauline Ashwell (Tor Books, 1992.)
Artemis (1990)
B2.48
BoB.64
1991-Aug
Painted for the 1991 Mythology Calendar.

Greek mythology: Artemis was spied on by a hunter as she bathed in the river. When she discovered him, she turned him into a deer so that he was torn to pieces by his own hunting dogs.

Boris' painting of Diana and Actaeon from 2 years earlier also covers the same subject.

Note: in the Best of Boris set, the titles of cards 64 and 34, Artemis and Diana respectively. are interchanged (although I probably don't need to point out that these are the greek and roman names for the same entity.)

As the Wind Blows (1982)
Mirage
Ult_Ill.028
Another popular image, this is one of the drawings from Mirage where, in common with all the other artwork contained therein, it is untitled.
Ashtaroth (original) (1993)
BJ.M2
1994-Sep
Painted for the 1994 Mythology Calendar.

Arabian myth: The goddess of the moon in Phoenician mythology, Ashtaroth is represented as a beautiful maiden reclining on a crescent moon. Her cult was strongly connected to those of both Venus and Aphrodite and, like them, she represented sensuality.

Ashtaroth (revised) (1993)
As can be seen, the area above the model (Josephine Masonet) has been overpainted - presumably this was to add more interest to the upper right quadrant (and, perhaps, because Boris likes painting nebulae!)

A further modified version, under the title Goddess of the Moon, was used for one of the Franklin Mint fantasy knives.

Askani (1994)
'94 Another painting for the X-Men '95 Ultra trading card set.
Assassin of Gor
B3.41
CD1
Book cover for Assassin of Gor by John Norman (Ballantine, 1976.)

The artwork is undated but would have been painted in either 1975 or 1976.

Assumption of Risk (1993)
BJ.10 Cover for Battletech: Assumption of Risk (Penguin/Roc, 1993) by Michael Stackpole.
Astarte (1992)
B4.10
BoB.23
1994-Oct
Painted for the 1994 Mythology Calendar.

Syrian and Phoenician mythology: Goddess of war, mistress of horses and chariots. She captured her horse Baldium from a herd of carnivorous horses of the underworld. The steed fed off the souls of slain warriors, gaining strength and power from his macabre feast.

At Dawn They Came (2010)
2012-Aug
Dland.173
Featured in the 2012 Fantasy Calendar, I have no additional information for this painting.
At Dusk (2001)
2003-May Apparently painted for the 2003 Fantasy Calendar where it appears for the month of May.
At the Door (1994)
BoB.10
IoJ
Cover art for issue #2 of Paradox¿ magazine for July 1994.
At the Edge of the World (2000)
2002-Jul
Imagix.037
This appeared in the 2002 Fantasy Calendar. Its square format would suggest that it was specially painted for the calendar.
At the End of the Day (1995)
CIS.7
1999-Apr
This piece was done specifically for the Comic Images Supreme card set where it is titled At the End of the Day.

The calendar version is laterally reversed compared to the trading card. As can be seen from the signature, the trading card is the correct way round so that has been used for the illustration here.

At the End of the World (1979)
CD1
FAT 43
WOB.29
1982-Centre
Painted as the cover for World of Tiers Volume 1, an SFBC anthology of Philip José Farmer's books in that series. The painting illustrates a scene from the first book: The Maker of Universes.
At the Shore
B4.55 Sketch appears to be undated.

You may want to compare this with At the End of the Day above. The similarities make me wonder whether this ia an unused colour rough for that painting.

At the Summit (2009)
2011-Mar
Dland.038
Another calendar painting, this time from the 2011 Fantasy Calendar
At the Summit (2010)
2011-centre
Dland.115
Used as the centrepiece, under the title At the Summit, for the 2011 Fantasy Calendar.
At the Sunrise (2017)
2019-Jan Although it is featured in the 2019 Fantasy Calendar it was clearly not painted for that purpose. The proportions of this painting show that it was painted for another purpose since, as well as being cropped on either side, the top had to be stretched to produce the square calendar image.
Atlan (1978)
B2.53
CD1
FPG.39
WOB.30
Cover for Atlan (Pocket Books, 1979) by Jane Gaskell, book #3 in The Atlan Saga.
Atlas (1988)
B1.85
BoB.17
Portfolio 27
1990-Feb
The Greek god who holds up the world.

Painted for the 1990 Mythology Calendar.

Atlas Shrugged (1979)
Painted for an article in the May 1979 edition of Starlog magazine about the science fiction of Ayn Rand.

Rand's 1957 book Atlas Shrugged, set in the early part of this century, tells the story of John Galt who is a political activist. A crucial part of the tale towards the end of the book is where he is captured and tortured by the government, a scene graphically illustrated in this painting.

Attack! (2001)
2003-Jul
Imagix.016
This painting appeared in the
The Attack of the Gork
Boris
B1.17
CD1
FABV
WOB.4
1983-Sep
Cover for Through the Reality Warp by Donald J Pfell, published by Ballantine Books.

The female model was Boris' first wife, Doris.

Painted 1976.

Aurora (1990)
B2.66
BoB.86
1991-Jul
Painted for the 1990 Mythology Calendar.

Roman goddess of the dawn, after whom the Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis are named.

Awaiting the Battle (1999)
2000-Sep
SG.001
Imagix.050
Apparently painted for the 2000 Fantasy Calendar.
Awakening (1997)
1998-Jun Painted for the 1998 Fantasy Calendar.
Ax (1985)
B3.31
CD1
Sketch done for Playboy magazine but rejected as not sufficiently explicit; project then abandoned.

In the absence of information to the contrary I must assume that this was drawn in 1985 but for reasons previously stated (see Amazon Queen above) I am dubious about the accuracy of this year when it appears on any sketch (particularly if signed in white/silver ink.) Having said that, there must be some sketches which correctly show this year!

The Ax-Man / Axing the Nightmares (1995)
CIS.2 Painted for use on a T-shirt by Crusade For Kids.

A modified version, under the title Gilkarth's Odyssey was also used in the 1998 Fantasy Calendar.

Axe I (2004) (BJ)
Imagix.076 One of several paintings for the Lynx range of toiletries.

This painting appeared, in modified form, in the 2008 Fantasy Calendar under the title Creation.

Axe II (2004) (BJ)
One of several paintings produced for an advertising campaign for Lynx, the well know toiletries company.

A modified version under the title Tragedy Falls was used in the 2007 Fantasy Calendar.

The other paintings may be seen at I Love You So and Mermaid Love.

Axe Maiden [Jen] (2000)
Sketch.123
Ult.Ill.047
According to Ultimate Illustrations the figure was modelled by a professional NFL cheerleader. No other information is given about this drawing.
Axin Arrival (2007)
2009-Jan A painting from the 2009 Fantasy Calendar.
Aztec King (1979)
B3.25
Diva
Cover painting for Heroes and Villains by Angela Carter (Pocket Books, 1979.)

The models were Danielle Anjou and Boris.



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