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    Dungeons & Dragons - and more Dragons

    Hi,

    I thought it about time that I uploaded some new artwork, and as the launch of D&D 5th edition has just been made, then some D&D artwork would seem appropriate.

    Artw0rk for the Gates of Neverdeath book, poster, advertising, etc:

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    Gates of Neverdeath

    From the 'Book of Vile Darkness':

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    Evil Unearthed

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    Cornered

    Packaging artwork for D&D Fortune Cards:

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    Viltham of the Feywild

    and some cards:

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    Andronus

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    Keldar

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    Lyrindel

    A D&D boardgame cover:

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    Lords of Waterdeep

    A cover for Cubicle 7:

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    Legends of Anglerre

    Lastly I have been engaged in an ongoing personal project, 'Wildborn' where I explore Landscapes with Dragons.

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    Glimmer

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    Glimpse

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    Sentinel

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    Statuesque

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    Arise


    Lastly the cropped 'Neverdeath' image as it was intended to be used for a book cover:

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    Good stuff here! I especially like the Wildborn paintings.

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    Really good work! I especially like the 2nd one.

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    exceptional work. "Cornered" is a great composition and captures a D&D skirmish really well. Players, including me, will find that very inspiring

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    I realised I never think to comment on work of this quality because it's too good to comment on. Just superb inspirational stuff, thanks for putting it on here.

    'Champagne for my real friends and real pain for my sham friends' Francis Bacon
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    You are a real master, and is all made by hand, no CTRL+Z...hehehe.

    Nice work man, is good to see your work here.

    Cheers,

    Rod.

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    Great stuff, always so dynamic. You should try to find a calendar publisher for those dragons in nature pieces.

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    Hi Everyone,

    Thanks for all the comments, they are much appreciated.

    I am intending to complete he set of 'Wildborn' pieces, then license them out.

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