Here be witches. A3 Sketchbook. Pen and watercolor.

Here be witches-small

Posted to check the new site's image quality. Yes...I think it's much better. This is a small version of the original pictures.

Love it Lew! All those different faces 😱

Great Lew, good to have you back , missed your work whilst we were off line.

Thank you Carole and Dixie. Are you getting email notifications when people comment?

No I don't get emails on comments, not for years! I have to keep looking in order to thank people for their comments.

Good to see you back and in form Lew. Seemed strange while the site was closed. Good work.

Lovely to see your inspirational work again Lewis. Have not been around for a couple of weeks so it’s good to see all this good stuff once again.

Thanks very much Carole and Jim. The new site has many good points, but the unrestricted number of posts is just awful. I expect it'll get much worse before it's sorted. I think I'll take a month off from POL and then see what's happened.

Another superb illustration Lew, hope that I get that eyeball in my dish of soup! Dawn is on the case, she assures me. Nicola has taken it upon herself to do her own thing without consultation. We couldn’t have picked up on most of these issues at the trial stage!

A wonderful coven of beauties Lewis, missed your art and stories.

Great image as ever, Lewis!

So much to look at Lewis.. intriguing. Love the expression on the goblin 👍🏻

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I wasn't going to post for a while, but the image quality seems better on the new website. So I thought I 'd see how mine looked. This started as a page of doodles, then I decided to give it a theme and add color. An excuse to try out my new Japanese watercolors...a sketchbook is not the ideal surface for this, but as I spend a lot of time in sketchbooks I thought I'd see how it went. Pleased with the new watercolors.

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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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