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Magic Update - Ravnica and Gatecrash
I think I have only posted one of my Magic card illustration so far. I have fallen a bit behind so here is a big update of many of the pieces that have been recently released. From the Return to Ravnica Set:Martial LawChaos ImpsThrill-Kill AssassinAnd from the recently released Gatecrash:Firefist S
Happy New Year
Happy New Year to all!! I painted this portrait of Sir Peter Jackson and month or so back. After recently enjoying The Hobbit film, I thought I would share it before the year's end.
Rise of the Underdark 3
Well, I finished these Rise of the Underdark images many months ago (nearly a year), but the time has finally come to show the last piece in the set. Here are the previous ones if you missed them. Underdark 1, Underdark 2.This project certainly took some doing as each piece got a little more compl
Stone of Tymora
A little while back I completed a cover for R.A. and Geno Salvatore's latest novel "Stone of Tymora". I worked with the always awesome Jon Schindehette on this one.Here is a little closeup of Asbeel, the main villian.
A few months back Jon Schindehette asked me to do a large character lineup for a new series of novels coming out from D&D. The project was titled "The Sundering" and was debuted at GenCon a few weeks back. The character lineup had a double purpose, requiring the six main characters up front to als
Runner's World: Race Day Disasters!!
Recently I finished a set of illustrations for the October issue of Runner's World which should be on the shelves any day now. The article, by Selene Yeager, is about the nightmarish situations that can happen to runners on the day of the big race. AD Benjamen Purvis and I had the idea of depicting
Rise of the Underdark 2 & Magic
This is the second image in D&D's Rise of the Underdark story-line. It's associated with the adventure called The Dawn of Night and depicts the same setting as the first image. However, the fire of the Drow is spreading and the darkness is advancing. You can see more of this imagery at GenCon thi
Enter the Drow
A few months back and created a number of Drow images for the wonderful folks over at D&D. Drow are a lot of fun but also a crazy challenge. Their dark, nearly black flesh and beaming white hair always makes for some compositional hurdles. It usually provides a convenient focal point in the image, b
Spectrum Gold Medal
Last weekend I attended Spectrum Live in Kansas City. It was a fantastic event but I will save that for my next post. On Saturday evening Arnie and Cathy Fenner presented everyone with an award ceremony for Spectrum 19. I was awarded the Gold Medal in the category of Advertising for my Talon of U
Recent Novel Covers!!
So I am a bit late on posting this but, better late than never. A while back I did a couple novel covers, one for Tor books and the other for Penguin. I thought it would be interesting to post them side by side considering they are for two different genres. First we have the cover I did for Andre
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