11x17 print
US $25.00
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Natali, I just wanted to take a moment to let you know how much I love the Queen Amidala sketches you did for me.  I thank you for accommodating me with the three sketches.  I know many wanted to be a part of this sketch op, so I know how lucky I am.  All three commissions have blown me away.  Thank you for everything.
- Ocram G.

Just wanted to say thank you for the amazing level of customer server service from everyone involved, and the brilliant artwork.
-  Justin R.

Got my new prints up on the wall, I love them so much. Thank you so very much again Natali Sanders your work never stops amazing me, you are a great and wonderful artist and friend to have in this world.
- Dustin C.
You did an amazing job on both of my commissions. The Dr. Harleen Quinzel and the Laura Vandervoort Supergirl. I think that the new Harleen print would look great displayed with the comic.
- Clay D.

Hey "No E"!! I have seen you have prints up for sale. Ship your incredible talent over to the shores of the U.K.
- Steve M.

I think your pictures are beautiful (my good friend Nene Thomas thinks you're awesome too and that's saying something). And it was nice to virtually meet you too. You're amazing and inspiring for a poor little aspiring artist such as myself. Few people colour with tradional media anymore.
-Yvonne T.

Hello Natali. I just received my Queen Amidala commissions today. All I can say is that they look phenomenal. The ability to see all the details in the background and the subtle nuances (the colors used in the eyes and the eyelashes) just make these commissions true master pieces in my collection. I hope I will be able to get a spot in your next sketch op. Once again thank you so much for your passion you showed towards doing these pieces and making them truly priceless.
-Ocram G.
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Starting in 2016 all newly produced prints will have the Authentic foil seal. This will bring more value while protecting the image from fraud.

I'm sorry, but I won't be attending many, if any, comic cons.  My schedule is too full and I feel as though the con industry is becoming over saturated.  If by chance I do attend, I will let you know here and on my fb page.

Scheduled Cons 2017: 
AZ Eventure Con. February 18th.

I am putting together a hardbound art book of all my works from comics, commissions, and original paintings.  It's already over 100 pages! A must for the avid collector.  I'll post here to let you know when it's up on kickstarter.com.
Soon I will have some shirts up to purchase and I'll have everyone on facebook vote for the one(s) they really like.

My commission list is constantly growing from demand, and I'm sorry if I have to turn anyone away. But there are many prints, limited sketch covers, or a few originals left to consider. 

A little after dropping out of college she was discovered and began to draw for comic companies as a cover artist. During   this  time,  she  was influenced from drawing others
characters, so she finally started to write. After a couple years she then solely began to take on commissions, with one or two...

In 2010 I drew, "Out of Darkness." dry pastel and prismacolor pencil on cougar 22.5x33 paper.

After Angoline’s death from her lover that went mad, she awoke, and not in a place she thought she would. The darkness. She wasn’t a bad person and new she didn’t belong here, somehow there was a mistake.

Lost from her last moments alive and spending countless years roaming in the cold dark while defending herself against other souls that were stripped of their flesh to bare only their muscles, Death approached her.  He wasn't what she expected, he was a handsome well fit and groomed man. But when he grabbed her and said she was his property she fought to get away from him and immediately his face and body became a hideous nightmare. From horror she froze and he took her as his property, making her his leading wife amongst all the others. She was the only one to still have her flesh.  He told her she was a gift to him from the gods and that’s why her soul was still whole, not like the stripped souls there. Now knowing her fate, but not knowing why she received this curse, Angoline knew what happened to women like her in these situations. So it was time to escape, but she didn’t know how to when she was literally dead.

So that night, the brides waited for Death to call for them for their nightly rituals. But in the mean time, for entertainment, one of the brides decided to take one of the two swords of Deaths. They rested at the top of his black throne, sheathed to the tall back. The girl stepped down from the cushioned throne when the second eldest wife demanded the girl to return the sword. But the girl protested and demanded an explanation, the woman told her that Death uses the swords power to raise himself out of the darkness to the world above. For us to handle them would open the gates, letting the darkness out into the world and a quick demise from existence. Angoline didn’t care what it would unleash, just as long as she could escape. She immediately took the sword from the girl and jumped up onto the throne and grabbed the other. Quickly as she turned, the brides backed away to let her escape, knowing that if they were killed by those swords they would not come back. Angoline ran when she heard the bellow of Death and escaped from his Kingdom of Darkness. With each motion of the swords her body became whole again with tangible flesh as the light began to cut through the darkness.  It beamed down at her as she quickly ran out with another chance to live. However, as she escaped she could feel Death was coming for her, but this time he would have to come and get her in the living world, and she had protection of his blades. Unfortunately for him, without his swords he wouldn't be able to ascend to the top. Right? It didn’t matter to her, all Angoline wanted to do was to escape and have her freedom.
This print is reproduced on high quality 100lb Cougar, canvas paper. Stunning quality and  packed into a protective archival sleeve.