Friday, 24 February 2012

Unpublished Alan Davis Meggan Pencil Art

Alan Davis is the definitive Captain Britain artist, and that can also be said about the way he draws Captain Britain's Wife, Meggan. He has a way of drawing her in a way that shows a real innocence, with a mix faerie attached.

I found these unpublished pencil sketches he put on his web-site, I think they are wonderful!

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