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    Fantasy artists gallery

    Found this little gem while searching for ref today. It includes the frazetta gallery posted by oracrest a bit back, but also hosts work by Giger, Brom and more.
    Check it out.

    Last edited by Floris Didden; May 29th, 2005 at 10:29 AM.
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    This place has a fair bit of fantasy art too if that's your thing.

    http://www.aumania.it/fantasyart.html

    -Steve

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    Oh man, they have a gallery of Warhammer art. All the art work in those books was a huge inspiration to me growing up...especially Adrian Smith's older pencil peices, and Ian Miller's pen madness. I bought rule books that were out of date just because of some of the wicked artwork that was in them. If anyone else is into that, they actually published some fairly nice artbooks. I have one full of Jes Goodwin's concepts for alot of the 40K miniatures called "The Gothic and the Eldritch" as well as "The Art of Adrian Smith" and "The Inquisitor Sketchbook" which is John Blanche's work.

    Thanks for the link...brought back some memories.

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    Wow, Steve, that gallery is great. Thanks for the link!

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    Awesome links guys, thanks.

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