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Pp.34-35. From "Ghost Train," the station master. Most successful capturing of expression so far.

Pp.34-35. From "Ghost Train," the station master. Most successful capturing of expression so far.

Pp. 6-7. On to the Star Of The Show! The 1954 series is my  favorite interpretation of Sherlock Holmes.

Pp. 6-7. On to the Star Of The Show! The 1954 series is my favorite interpretation of Sherlock Holmes.

Pp.32-33. Frank deKova on the witness chair, and after shooting the prosecuting attorney. "You can't fry me twice!"

Pp.32-33. Frank deKova on the witness chair, and after shooting the prosecuting attorney. "You can't fry me twice!"

Pp. 12-13. I'm figuring out great color combinations. The background on the left is Poppy Red over Muted Turquoise. My interpretation of "tweed" on the right.

Pp. 12-13. I'm figuring out great color combinations. The background on the left is Poppy Red over Muted Turquoise. My interpretation of "tweed" on the right.

Pp. 26-27. More from Johnny Guitar.

Pp. 26-27. More from Johnny Guitar.

Pp. 18-19. Honestly, I think I was just not getting it that day. I almost didn't upload these, as they did not at all turn out as I intended!

Pp. 18-19. Honestly, I think I was just not getting it that day. I almost didn't upload these, as they did not at all turn out as I intended!

Pp. 22-23. Stills from "Johnny Guitar." First color subject in this series, and an added challenge. Black  & white stills are easier to interpret. Still, a success. I need to incorporate white as a highlight going forward, rather than yellow; Ben Cooper would be much improved.

Pp. 22-23. Stills from "Johnny Guitar." First color subject in this series, and an added challenge. Black & white stills are easier to interpret. Still, a success. I need to incorporate white as a highlight going forward, rather than yellow; Ben Cooper would be much improved.

Pp. 30-31. Christopher Lloyd in "Taxi," and Jack Soo in "Barney Miller."

Pp. 30-31. Christopher Lloyd in "Taxi," and Jack Soo in "Barney Miller."

Pp. 10-11. Expressions getting better, even if they're not exactly the expression I was after. Marion Crawford is my favorite Watson, tough, loyal, and sharp.

Pp. 10-11. Expressions getting better, even if they're not exactly the expression I was after. Marion Crawford is my favorite Watson, tough, loyal, and sharp.

Pp. 8-9. The left page is done without black, just layered complementary colors. The right looks cartoonish, though it's quite accurate. Fascinating!

Pp. 8-9. The left page is done without black, just layered complementary colors. The right looks cartoonish, though it's quite accurate. Fascinating!

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