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'Does the moon look bigger to you tonight?'

The Book of Ataniel

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For an unbelievably large collection of beautiful artwork, check out Carol Jackson Presents Fine Art.

Many thanks for the scans we found there-- especially Bosch's "Study for The Ship of Fools", which we found too appropriate for the cover of The Book of Ataniel to pass up.

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For Syndy Fans: If you need role-playing or fantasy images for your page, visit Lori's Fantasy Clipart

for a nice collection of fairy art & links

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Khyrisse's butterfly kachina came from this collection of
Native American Art.

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For artwork that is equally beautiful (although some may not think so), visit Vargas Pinup Art.

Most of the Vargas pinups we use for the Miss Neporris page
come from here; they have an excellent and tasteful collection of the best in pinup art.
(Visitors, please be informed here that our use of Vargas' pinups
is in appreciation of their beauty and historical significance,
and is not meant to offend either the viewers or the owners of these pictures.)

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More gorgeous artwork by the Head Programmer Babe's favorite artist,
Jonathon Earl Bowser.

Absolutely stunning paintings oriented around women and landscapes,
with a fantastic mythological bent. Go. Visit. Don't come back for an hour.

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Other Links

'Does the moon look bigger to you tonight?'

Indigenous languages * North American Indian tribes * Dreamcatcher * Tribal design

Check out Black Mirror Walkthrough and other computer games walkthroughs
Visit Lora's educational toys for kids site
Language of the day: Black foot