color roughs, and gray tone roughs were created by John Pound
prior to doing the final art for various MAD magazine assignments
(The final art is not available). These are one of a kind, subject
to availability, and signed by the artist. Others not
shown here are also available.
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1. rough pencil (loose)
2. final pencil (tight)
3. color or gray tone rough (acrylics on copy of final pencil)
4. final art
|Issue #294 back cover:
AN AD THEY'LL NEVER SHOW
(JOE CAMEL gets x-rays)
pencil on 14" x 17" tracing paper
(has creases where folded, and 1" rip on left edge, about an inch above center crease)
WORLD COMMUNISM CLOSE-OUT SALE
A SEE AND SAY FOR MODERN KIDS
acrylic on 8.5" x11" paper (a copy of pencil art)
Paper is slightly wavy due to paint application.
It is more noticeable in white margins than in art.
|Issue #307 back cover:
A FAIRY TALE SCENE WE'D LIKE TO SEE (HANSEL AND GRETEL)