Norbut opened the wrong door - A fantasy.

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That's like my local pub, Lewis. Marvellous fantasy with very scary expressions. Bri

Omg... hope he gets away 😳

Thank you Gudrun and Brian. I think I'll avoid your pub, Brian.

Great pen work Lew. Lots of detail.

Fantastic drawing skills with your superb imagination Lewis. An absolute winner.

You have a definite flair for this subject. Another great picture.

Thanks very much Rachel, Dixie, Carole, and Ron for having a look and the encouraging comment.

Was it a green door Lew? He should have known better!. (-: Good work as ever...

Great piece Lewis, superb drawing skills

Brilliant drawing again Lew.

Don't often see a black & White contribution! As always Lewis and poor Norbut !

Great to have your feedback Richard, Linda, Russell and Jim. You're right Richard, apart from mostly pencil stuff from my sketchbooks, I seldom do a pen only drawing. I love doing them, but they take longer and mistakes can't easily be corrected.

Love his expression Lewis. Fabulous work, and so brave using ink.

Nightmarish stuff beautifully penned. You are so brave to do this in ink. It must be a bit nerve racking to avoid mistakes.

Thank you Carole, Carolyn and Maureen. Yes pen work doesn't allow much room to change your mind, but it doesn't really matter...especially in cartoonish mode.

Scary but nice - great work as always Lewis.

Brilliantly put together Lewis. Norbut will ha e to code his keys.

Oh 'eck. Scary stuff Lew, superb drawing.

Whoops! Excellent as ever :)

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Thought I'd do a picture with just pen and ink, haven't done one for a while. These imagined pictures have to have some kind of premise to cling this case it was the keeper of the keys (Norbut) who unthinkingly opens the wrong door. Not much, but enough to make a picture. A3 sketchbook, pen and ink.

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Lewis Cooper

Self taught. Love drawing. Like to make pictures up, without using reference pics, often in cartoon style. I do other pictures where I do use reference. I'm knocking on a bit, born in 1940 in Greenwich, London. Retired, and loving it.

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