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German Liliana of the Veil altered by Sandreline!

The last image is pieces by Alphonse Mucha, which appear to be bookmarks made from his piece “The Moments of the Day.”  which apparently served as her inspiration and guide.  She is planning on doing all four, “Éveil du Matin”, “Éclat du Jour” (which this one is modeled on), “Rêverie du Soir”, and “Repos de la Nuit”.

"That’s a lot of mules," he said to no one in particular.

Ambros replied, “It’s only one herd. The entire Landreg family is famed for the mules we breed and sell.”

"It’s been a family specialty for more than two hundred years," Sandry added with pride.

Briar, Tris, and Daja exchanged glances. It was Daja who grinned and said it aloud “That certainly explains more than it doesn’t.”

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Sandry from Will of the Empress of the Circle Reforged by Tamora Pierce.

Wherin we get a tidy summination of Sandry. XD

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Sandreline alterations of Steve Argyle illustrated Magic cards

This is an artist I stumbled upon from a variety of shares on facebook of these ridiculous alters of mostly Legacy and Vintage constructed staple playsets.  She does frameless, textless, partials, even concealment-type restorations of heavily played cards.  Her work is pretty impressive.  You’ll have to visit her website to see my favorite from among her trademark styles where fire from within the image destroys part of the card frame.

Here is a link to her website.

and here is a link to her facebook page.

Contact her if you’d like any of her alteration work in your collection.