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Craig R. Brasco

A fairy with white hair wearing jeans and a tee-shirt.
A large muscular man with bull's head.
A blond woman in a red dress carries a lit black candle.

Craig R. Brasco creates dark and brooding images, populated with sinister creatures and grim warriors. While his subjects are largely a mix of well-armed, sinewy women, and twisted, hulking monsters, he also renders powerful men and cute pumpkin-riding kittens with equal skill.

The rules for survival in Craig’s world are simple: keep your sword close, and don’t become distracted by the horrible — or beautiful — visage of your opponent. Please try to keep this in mind while you peruse these supernatural subjects.

Written by in August of 2004. Last edited September 2014.

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