It's always been a tricky thing to know what to send: how can you work out what is on the editor's mind? Why can't they just send all the regular contributors a list of what they're looking for, rather than the usual oblique and beige email that simply states: We are looking for new ideas, please feel free to pitch.
Anyway, the reason for this post is, I thought you might like to see see a sample of my artwork and see if you can work out which piece, or pieces, the editor commissioned and which he rejected, but don't be fooled by the completed stages of some pieces of art; I've been known to send in both character sheets or full blown pages of artwork.
Hope you enjoyed that
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