Female Drow Warrior #4

Female Drow Warrior #4 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Female Drow Warrior #4” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

Not much to say here… my usual emo-looking dark elf… in a cave. Someone get this gal a caramel machiato double latte before she murders some rando goblin.

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Male Drow Warrior #6

Male Drow Warrior #6 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Male Drow Warrior #6” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

I really enjoy drawing those (rather unrealistic) cave backgrounds… stalactites, columns, stalagmites… you know, all that cave stuff.

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The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

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Female Drow Warrior #3

Female Drow Warrior #3 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Female Drow Warrior #3” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

More dark elves… more caves… wheeee!

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This art piece has been “tokenized” (minted on the Ethereum blockchain by OpenSea) as an ERC-721 Ethereum token entitled Female Drow Warrior #3.

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The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

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Rock Formation Scene #4

Rock Formation Scene #4 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Rock Formation #4” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

This was done about the same time as it’s fraternal twin, Rock Formation Scene #3 (they were drawn on the same sketch pad paper). More landscape practice with all the elements (except fire, because…. that one doesn’t always play nice with the other three).

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The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

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Rock Formation Scene #3

Rock Formation Scene #3 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Rock Formation Scene #3” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

Tryin’ to improve my scene skills with more practice here… working on clouds, water and trying to create a sense of depth, background vs. foreground… some lil’ bit of progress was made.

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The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

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Goblin Spellcaster

Goblin Spellcaster ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Goblin Spellcaster” was completed in 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

I feel like a goblin has to be very exceptional to become a spellcaster…. one of his greatest challenges is… himself. With so much power, the impulse to blow everything up is probably a very hard temptation for this lil’ guy to resist.

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The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

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All rights to the digital art are also reserved by the artist.

Alien Visitor #2

Alien Visitor #2 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Alien Visitor #2” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

This was the second of a pair of creepy greys… I feel like there should be more though.

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This art piece has been “tokenized” (minted on the Ethereum blockchain by OpenSea) as an ERC-721 Ethereum token entitled Alien Visitor #2.

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Selling the token effectively transfers these granted permissions (although previously posted digital displays may remain posted and need not be taken down or removed post transfer).

The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

Finally, the referenced image may be used (whole or edited as mentioned above) by the token owner as an online avatar, badge, wallpaper or background on webpages, social media and in virtual reality environments.

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Alien Visitor

Alien Visitor ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Alien Visitor” was completed in February 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

Clearly I’m foretelling the Area 51 craze that was about to happen months later, right? Okay, not actually, I was just riding along with the alien fad artwork that was happening with eBay ACEO artists at the time, lol.

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This art piece has been “tokenized” (minted on the Ethereum blockchain by OpenSea) as an ERC-721 Ethereum token entitled Alien Visitor.

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Selling the token effectively transfers these granted permissions (although previously posted digital displays may remain posted and need not be taken down or removed post transfer).

The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

Finally, the referenced image may be used (whole or edited as mentioned above) by the token owner as an online avatar, badge, wallpaper or background on webpages, social media and in virtual reality environments.

All rights to the digital art are also reserved by the artist.

Strange Valentine #7

Strange Valentine #7 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Strange Valentine #7” was completed in January 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

Probably some kind of statement about universal love dawning in the age of Aquarius… and stuff.

…OR… maybe it’s a giant nuclear heart about to devour the entire planet (and no orbiting satellites will get away this time either). When nuclear space hearts attack!

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This art piece has been “tokenized” (minted on the Ethereum blockchain by OpenSea) as an ERC-721 Ethereum token entitled Strange Valentine #7.

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Selling the token effectively transfers these granted permissions (although previously posted digital displays may remain posted and need not be taken down or removed post transfer).

The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

Finally, the referenced image may be used (whole or edited as mentioned above) by the token owner as an online avatar, badge, wallpaper or background on webpages, social media and in virtual reality environments.

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Strange Valentine #6

Strange Valentine #6 ©2019 Jeffrey Boyd Garrison

Original ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ format) art entitled “Strange Valentine #6” was completed in January 2019 using colored pencils, black ink pen and acrylic paint.

Something about that smile and the thorns on them roses… I dunno’.

Token Ownership

This art piece has been “tokenized” (minted on the Ethereum blockchain by OpenSea) as an ERC-721 Ethereum token entitled Strange Valentine #6.

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Selling the token effectively transfers these granted permissions (although previously posted digital displays may remain posted and need not be taken down or removed post transfer).

The token owner may edit the referenced art image (by cropping, re-sizing, changing the image format from JPEG to something else like PNG, change resolution, reduce file size, etc.) for the purpose of facilitating convenient display. The image may not be altered so as to change it to a newly distinct or derivative artwork without express permission by the artist. Similarly, it may also not be used for commercial purposes (other than to expedite sale of the token to a new owner).

Finally, the referenced image may be used (whole or edited as mentioned above) by the token owner as an online avatar, badge, wallpaper or background on webpages, social media and in virtual reality environments.

All rights to the digital art are also reserved by the artist.