The Proud Tasmanian by Pete Janes

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Severin Tosh, a merchant sailor, was awarded the Seven-Pointed Star for his role in protecting the Tasmanian Atmospheric Tether during the Three Seas War. Had the TAT been taken by Non forces, the Southern Hemispheric Alliance would have been completely blockaded and General 27’s forces might have taken the largely undefended provincial capitol at Hobart.

Graphite pencil. Another portrait from the continuing series of The Thousand Races.


australia, tasmania, tasmanian, hobart, tasmanian devil, anthropomorphic, sci fi, fantasy, pete janes, teddy bear, heptagram, seven pointed star, thousand races

Organic produce slinger by day. Automatic Scribbler and Deliberate Renderer by night.

“Pete Janes entertains the macro insect crowd with meticulous gouache and watercolor specimen pieces, while his more imaginary illustrations seem to be glimpses into faraway realities.”—noted art critic and Portland bum R. Terialspray

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  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngel3 months ago

    Please look Here to see your wonderful work featured on the groups homepage.

    fabulous work .. many congrats on the feature

  • Wow! Thanks LoneAngel!

    – Pete Janes

  • Staffaholic
  • Thrilled to represent, Staff! But that’s enough bowing, waving, and blowing kisses. To the drawing table!

    – Pete Janes

  • billfox256
    billfox2563 months ago

    Great treatment on this excellent creation!!!! Congratulatons
    on being featured!!! Bill

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