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Old Aug 25 2021, 10:41 AM   #5
Critteranne
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Default Re: I found the October 1967 Analogat PulpFest

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Originally Posted by Rider of Panth View Post
They do seem odd! It's the neck length perhaps; looks more like a dinosaur with wings. Illustrations in the Analog magasines for Weyr Search (Oct 1967) and Dragonrider (Dec 1967 and Jan 1968) were done by John Schoenherr. There's a beautiful illustration of Mnementh holding Lessa captured between his claws as a "cage". Anne was really pleased with the results: I understand that she imagined her dragons with more of a horses head than a lizard. We all have our own thoughts on how the Pern dragons would look.
I'll have to look at the interior illustrations again. When I dared to take it out of its bag and look inside, I didn't have the best of lighting.

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Personally it's the Michael Whelan images that take my fancy. However, Gigi's book Dragon's Code has the ultimate Pern dragon that is in my mind. Chris Koehler's cover illustration : maybe increase the overall size and add a suitable seating arrangement with the neck ridges : perfect!
That cover does look great! And I say that as a Whelan fan.
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