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Princess Bride by Walter-Ostlie Princess Bride by Walter-Ostlie
The Princess Bride was one of my all time favorite movies as a kid. I would watch it over and over again. Then I read the book and it gave me a different perspective on 'true love' then what I got in the movie, but I still enjoy the movie. Of course it has nothing on my all time favorite movie....Clue!

This is another print for MegaCon in Orlando, FL. I'll be at the artist alley, green #6. Stop by and say hi.

11x17 pen and watercolor. a little play on art nouveau...which I shouldn't do cause I don't know how to spell it...thanks google!
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Milliemewz Aug 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
so cool
Walter-Ostlie Aug 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you very much
Would it be possible to purchase a print of this from you? I love it!!!
Walter-Ostlie Aug 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't think I can sell it through the DA store because of the copyright.  But I can mail you a 11x17 glossy paper print for $15 plus $5 S/H (US only).  Payment accepted via PayPal to

Thanks for checking out the piece.  I don't know how many times I watched Princess Bride.  Such a great movie, one of the best for sure.
LeeMilewski Jul 20, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
I love this piece, though I'm mainly commenting to share my admiration for the movie Clue. Actually just recently watched it with my wife, who almost had to convince me that it wasn't absolutely terrible prior to.

Tim Curry is God. Later.
Walter-Ostlie Jul 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
dude...CLUE doesn't F around.  That movie hits on so many points for me, it isn't even funny.  It's got mystery, a great cast of characters, humor, witty dialogue, the timing is so perfect, it's in a awesome mansion.  L-O-V-E that movie.

Glad you finally got around to seeing it.  I know it is tough watching old movies for the first time and hard to like them if you didn't see them when they were new cause it is hard to hold up.  Tell your wife that she is mad awesome.
LeeMilewski Jul 22, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Haha, I will inform her of her intense awesomeness. And yeah, it can certainly be tough getting over the "old movie" hurdle (besides 80's sci-fi, which I can't get enough of). 

It's almost like you WISH it wasn't based on a board game, so people may credit it more. Never really hear peeps talking about it, though it was a classic. 
Walter-Ostlie Jul 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes, I can't believe Clue doesn't get more love.  It's kind of like Oingo Boingo, I feel like they don't get any many props as they should.

Have you seen The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra?  If not, you need to check it out.  Pays homage/makes fun of old skool sci-fi.
LeeMilewski Jul 23, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Ahh sweet, I'll have to check it out. I haven't seen "Cadavra", though it sounds cool. Certainly will be added to the list!
Poketo-Minori Mar 1, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh! It's my favorite book ever!!!! Oh! Theres Inigo (my fav) and Westley and Buttercup and Fezzik and Vizzini (INCONCEIVABLE!).....and is that the 6 fingered man?
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