That's a long preamble to the reflection that I use inspiration imagery A LOT when I draw. I'm always browsing the Internet, leafing through old D&D books, and rooting around in used bookstores looking for images. Today I'm using Pinterest as a place to store the images that are driving my creative process.
Using Pinterest is kind of like walking around Crate & Barrel while you're waiting for your daughter to buy shoes. You're sure there's some interesting stuff here, but before long you just feel nauseated.
So anyway, here are my Pinterest boards, lovingly curated over the past few years:
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