Showing posts with label Featured Artist. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Featured Artist. Show all posts

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Featured Artist: Jordin "OneEyedNeko" McGrath

Welcome back to series on Featured Artists! Today I have a real treat for you.
Jordin "OneEyedNeko" McGrath has been an artist and illustrator for over a decade, at least online, I am sure it has been longer.

I love her work and she does some great characters.  Here are some of my favorites.










You can find her on the web at:

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Featured Artist: Iren Horrors

Todays featured artist is some I have been stalking for a while because I absolutely love her art.

Ksenia Svintsova, aka Iren Horrors, is an artist from Obninsk, Russia and she has a great witch-punk style that I love.  She describes her style and art as "Dark, gothic, witchy illustrations" so of course, I am going to notice her!



Honestly, there is not a single piece she has done that I don't 100% love.













And there is at least ten times more this amount that I love.  In a perfect world I'd get her to do the art for a witch and horror-centric D&D 5 book.

You can find Iren Horrors online at:


Please check out her sites!

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Featured Artist: Clyde Caldwell

Doing this one a day early. This one, again, might feel like a cheat, but it really isn't. Not to me anyway.

Maybe even more so than Elmore, Caldwell has been responsible for some of my all time favorite covers of D&D books and of Dragon magazine.  Between his contributions to the Mystara / Known World Gazeteers to the covers of Ravenloft products.


This one from the cover of Glantri Gazeteer is one of my absolute favorites. I have to think that the red-headed spell-caster had some influence on my own Larina.




Not from any book but I do love this image.


Now, this is from a book, the Celestial Steam Locomotive by Michael Coney, and one of my favorite books to be honest.


One of my favorite adventures.


One of my favorite covers of Dragon.




Larina certainly got her name from Laurana. I came up with her while reading the Dragonlace books.




And of course Strahd himself, from the cover of Ravenloft and Ravenloft: House on Gryphon Hil.

Great stuff really. I love his work.

You can find Clyde Caldwell on the web.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Featured Artist: Hope Alexandra

I met today's Featured Artist, Hope Alexandra, in the D&D Fantasy Art Facebook Group. She is new to me artist but I really like her style.

Here is hope in her own words.
My name is Hope, and I've been an artist for the last 20+ years. I've always loved bringing characters to life for people to see, as it seems to make people really happy. I always try to incorporate the character's personality into my art to truly bring it to life. I've been mostly experienced in traditional art, though lately I am becoming better every day with digital art. I stream my art live on twitch at SheGamesHeGames, and you can find me on DeviantArt by the name littletzili. Thank you for taking the time to learn about what I do, and please don't hesitate to contact me on either platform for commissions.
Excellent! Here are some of her works.


This dark elf reminds me of a character I have, a drow necromancer.



This one is so cute. I just love the freckles on her face.




This dark elf reminds of my youngest son's warlock character.



Great stuff.

You can find Hope on these sites:

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Featured Artist: Claudio Pozas

I got the chance to meet today's Featured Artist when he put out a notice for commissions.  Once I answered him and I got the details over to him I remembered where I had seen his work before.
Claudio Pozas has done some great work for Wizards of the Coast for both 4e and 5e.



Getting a commission of my witch Larina gives her a certain air of authenticity in the D&D 5 art style.

Here is Claudio in his own words,
Claudio is a fantasy illustrator from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A gamer since 1987, Claudio worked in Advertising before switching careers to pursue his art, which he has been doing for almost 20 years. He did art and design for D&D 4th edition, and has been illustrating D&D 5th Edition since its launch in 2013.
He has done some really excellent work.







You can find Claudio Pozas on the internet here:
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