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The Painted Pony

Posted by Meg There is something that no fan has dared to do — make Arlen into a My Little Pony! Until, that is, Caine47 on DeviantArt put pencil to paper. Check out the one and only Painted Pony! This drawing is awesome on so many levels. First off, this a fantastic idea, and I […]

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Fan Art: Wards and Runes

Posted by Meg Andrew from Wales has been doing some lovely ward sketches on his tumblr. Check it out: These two symbols look beautiful next to each other! The first one is actually a rune from the Mortal Instruments series. The second is a palm ward from the Demon Cycle, designed by Lauren K. Cannon. […]

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Warded Shoulder Tattoo

Posted by Meg There have been some really beautiful and creative warded tattoos lately … and they just keep coming! Take a minute, to check out this awesome new warded tattoo from Adi Krupa of Poland. I absolutely love the shadowy shading around the wards. These giant wards are sure to keep the corelings at […]

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Epic Fantasy Tattoo

Posted by Meg Check out this epic fantasy tattoo combining wards from the Demon Cycle along with other symbols from a variety of fantasy books by superfan Anthony. Below, Anthony explains the different influences for his fantasy tattoo: Did a sleeve of book tattoos and included the wards in the filling of the negative space. Has […]

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Stunning Warded Arm Tattoo

Posted by Meg Superfan Andy posted this exciting picture to Twitter the other day along with the caption: “It happened!” These wards are beautifully done and look like they will offer ample protection against all sorts of corelings. Excellently warded, Andy! Check out more incredible warded tattoos here.

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