Brian Froud

ImagineFX - - Sketchbook -

We take a peak at some of the crea­tures that will ap­pear in the artists forth­com­ing book, Brian Froud's Faeries Tales

“In my sketch­books I draw loosely in pen­cil, let­ting the line take its own emo­tional jour­ney”

“I want the viewer to ex­pe­ri­ence the emo­tional heart and mean­ing of each faerie char­ac­ter”

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Here’s Look­ing at You

“One of a se­ries of Look­ers that fea­ture in my new book. Has he

caught your eye yet?”



“Not to be mixed up with the Mush­room Men, of course. The

ef­fects could be fa­tal.”

take an­oth er look

“This Looker has a sig­nif­i­cantly dif­fer­ent ap­pear­ance to his neigh­bour, but he’ll still win

in a star­ing con­test.”

one or th e oth er

“In my book this royal courtier bal­ances the Queen’s hand mir­ror on one hand and her prod­ding

scep­tre on the other.”

Faerie Courtier

“An­other mem­ber of the royal house­hold, who at­tends to the many needs of the

faerie am­bas­sador.”

A Sm all Thief

“De­spite his crim­i­nal na­ture, there’s an hon­est, salt-of-the-earth look about him, wouldn’t

you say?”

Damppe Thing

“This green fel­low ac­com­pa­nies Mis­tress Damppe and the Sal­mon of Wis­dom

at all times.”


“There’s more to this faerie than he’s let­ting on. Buy him a drink

and let him tell you his story.”

a se­ries of small pix­ies

“Be­cause it’s not all about the

faeries, you know!”

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