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Jerry (May 27, 2003 - 9:38 AM EDT): I just wanna say, Wayne England is the best of all illustrator in all of Magic The Gathering. I really wish I could draw like that. He did my favorite card, "Dreamwinder." He is the ultimate of all illustrators. If he's reading this, E-mail meh! ^^ Lynne (Jan 4, 2004 - 3:56 PM CST): Stunning stuff, Wayne. I remember the lemon on the pop bottle. Such angst and so long ago. Please contact if you wish, as there is a lot I would like to catch up with. Searching for you has led to a wonderful new web-site for me. Thankyou for the past and the present and I wish you love and happiness in the future. Love to all. Warm and happy memories with a bit of existential gnashing of teeth thrown in for good measure. Lynne (friend of you all in Barnsley many moons ago) x x x x x x carl (Jan 11, 2004 - 7:52 PM CST): hey wayne we met back in sept.2002 in orlando at the magic the gathering prerelease for the onslaught set. I was the red head you were generous enogh to give the artist print to. I am still your biggest fan and will always be.if u read this i hope you contact me back. Sheena (May 13, 2004 - 8:16 AM CDT): Blimey Wayne-you've come a long way since we were chucked out of Hull! [is that a secret] Happened upon you as I was browsing through stuff on Warhammer! love Sheena x BlackCap (Jul 13, 2004 - 10:49 PM CDT): I�m blown away by Wayne�s artwork! I just skimmed through the art gallery for the Serpent Kingdoms book on the WotC website and I immediately fell in love with one picture: The Lizard King�s Feast. The best monster painting I�ve seen in a very long time. I don�t know if that title is the one Wayne uses...does anyone know of any web sites where one can see more of his artwork? CONNIE (Dec 11, 2006 - 2:47 AM CST): I AM LOOKING FOR A POSTER OF SERPENT SYBIL FROM D&D; FORGOTTEN REALMS Hobo: (Feb 7, 2007 - 8:18 AM CST) I personally find wayne englands lack of variety and skill very off-putting, the vast majority of his images within the WotC material is all from the same point of view. Each image has the viewer looking directly front on to the subject matter making it look flat and unintersting.
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