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. 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

  2. Love It

  3. Awesome dude! 😛

  4. 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

  5. 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 ^_^

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