DnD Illustrations

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May 282010
 

At the end of last year I completed some illustration work for Dungeons & Dragons’ latest ‘The Player’s Strategy Guide‘. As it’s been published now, I’m allowed to show the stuff I did for it. The book is full of incredible work by other artists too, so it’s a huge honour to be sharing page space with them. By the way, you can view the entire gallery of art from the book if you’re a subscriber to D&D Insider.

As over the years I’ve become quite comfortable illustrating with vector I mostly used Flash for my illustration work. Since discovering Toon Boom in 2007 however, it has become my new illustration tool of choice, so I used Toon Boom’s Animate Pro for these images.

I did 6 illustrations for various parts of the book. Here are 3 with some closer detail shots:

©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

©Wizards of the Coast

©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

©2010 Wizards of the Coast LLC

(some of these you can click on for high-res versions. All of them ©Wizards, of course)

  5 Responses to “DnD Illustrations”

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  1. Your work is wonderful! Whenever you release something new I have to share it with all of my friends, I’ve been following Bitey’s story for a number of years and I’m always impressed at the progress you’ve made!

    –Ryv

    P.S. I hate Disney, but I’d love to know what of theirs your work is featured ^_^

  2. i try to do some animation myself but NOTHING i ever do comes out nearly an eighth as good as yours i even tried toonboom and the other ones that you used. i’ve never seen so much life in a computer drawing. i know you probably hear this a lot but im your greatest fan

  3. Awesome dude! 😛

  4. Love It

  5. last time i checked here the link was not working. now i see them and…… oh blimey. so inspirational. Such great costumes, drawings, colours. So amazing!
    These pics are so beautiful. especially the one of the team

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