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PJSM Prints

Before getting involved in the Discworld, Paul Kidby suffered for his art. He made false teeth. He did commercial illustrations. Gaming magazine covers, computer game packaging, all the great things of life. I regret to say we have no examples of his false teeth to show1, but we have a few of the others.

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Batman cover original painting
160KB,
Gamesmaster cover original painting, 1993
Batman cover
139KB,
Gamesmaster cover, 1993
Girl in red cape
126KB,
Portfolio, 1990
Skeleton through cut-out
144KB,
"Vengeance of Excalibur", 1989
Cyberskeleton warrior
133KB,
Portfolio, 1991
Thug through cut-out
198KB,
"Vengeance of Excalibur", 1989
Girl in white with orb
175KB,
Portfolio, 1991
Self-slashing Greeble
148KB,
Total! cover original artwork, 1992
Slashing Total! cover
225KB,
Total! cover, 1992
Happy, friendly lizzard
193KB,
Gamesmaster cover original artwork: Jurassic Park, 1993
Interplanetary Fighter Pilot
93.9KB,
Computer Game packaging, 1989
scanned picture
63.4KB,
Commodore Format
Terminator on motorcycle
65.4KB,
Commodore Format, August 1991
Terminator fighting aliens
67.6KB,
Commodore Format, July 1991
Thug in the hall
95.1KB,
PC Format cover original artwork, June 1992
PC Format cover
242KB,
PC Format cover, June 1992
Football alien
258KB,
Gamesmaster cover, 1993
Batman Forever GM cover
281KB,
Gamesmaster cover, 1995

All artwork on these pages © Paul Kidby


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