Pulp Copies

Pulp Copies

I can make accurate copies of original pulp artwork.
These can be used as decoration.

THEY MAY NOT BE RE-SOLD AS ORIGINAL ARTWORK.

George Rozen  (1895-1973) copy. The original artwork was seen on the cover of the June 15, 1938 issue of  “The Shadow Magazine.” The featured story was called, “The Rackets King.”  My copy is done in watercolor and Inktense watersoluable pencils on watercolor paper.

George Rozen  (1895-1973) copy. The original artwork was seen on the cover of the April 1, 1938 issue of  “The Shadow Magazine. The featured story was called, “Serpents of Siva.”  My copy is done colored pencils and colored ink on Stonehenge paper.


George Rozen  (1895-1973) copy. The original artwork was seen on the cover of the September 1, 1936 issue of  “The Shadow Magazine.” The featured story was called, “The Golden Masks.”  My copy is done in watercolor and Inktense watersoluable pencils on watercolor paper.


Robert A. Graef (1879-1951) copy. The original artwork was seen on the cover of the August 1 1932 issue of  “Argosy.” The featured story was called, “The Spot of Life.”  My copy is done in watercolor with touches of gouache and pastel on watercolor paper.


Copy, original artist unknown. The original artwork was seen on the cover of the October 1938 issue of “Thrilling Detective.” My copy is done in casein on watercolor paper.


Walter M. Baumhofer (1904-1987) copy. The original artwork was seen on the cover of the March 1934 issue of ‘Doc Savage.” The featured story was called, “Meteor Menace.” My copy is done in casein on watercolor paper.


Howard V. Brown (1878-1945) copy. The original artwork was seen as an interior illustration for “Thrilling Wonder Stories” in 1938. My copy is done in pen & ink and scratchboard on Claybord.


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