I notice I’m getting traffic on my website for the Star Wars in Ancient Greece illustrations I drew in 2015. If you are new to my website, welcome! Thanks for your interest. If are interested in getting a print or t-shirt or a mug or doormat or shower curtain or various other items with my Star Wars drawings, I can direct you to my Artist Shop. I currently only have two images available. If you would like to see some of the others made available, please leave a comment. Thank you and remember : “The Fourth surrounds us and binds us. Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter. You must feel the Fourth around you; here, between you, me, the tree, the rock, everywhere, yes.”
Emerald City Comic Con’s exclusive Monsters & Dames 2020 art book has officially gone up for presale at the following link:
Money for the sale of the book and the accompanying art auction goes toward the Seattle Children’s Hospital! This marks the 6th year in a row that I’ve had a piece in the book (see preview of my 2020 piece above). I won’t be in the Artist Alley this year, but I will be attending at the No’madd Booth #109 in the ECCC Exhibition Hall, probably Friday-Sunday (3/13-3/15).
This digital painting is part of a ongoing project know as No’madd that I’ve been developing with writer/creator Andrew Kafoury and his team of “spiritual warriors,” to quote Alejandro Jodorowsky. Please learn more at www.nomadd.net and follow the latest news on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
Here’s the conclusion of the 13th Age countdown in one swift post.
13…Attack on Boltstrike Pillar: the color version and the original charcoal drawing.
12…Unpublished early concept drawing of Sorcerers of The Three (see the 13th Age GM Screen for an updated version)
11…Pencil drawing of 2 halflings sharing a pipe in Twisp (toned final art on page 280 of the core book)
10…The drawing for the cover of the core book on toned watercolor paper and a detail from the concept sketch.
9…Detail of the original charcoal art for the Gnome class in the core book (page 68)
8…An unwelcome guest in the king’s court. The painted version by Lee Moyer (found in 13 True Ways) and the original drawing.
7…Adventurers went to heaven…after some faerie trouble. (Illustration on page 121 of 13 True Ways)
6…Original drawing on toned paper (color version in 13 True Ways)
5…Dance of the Dead. A drawing from 13 True Ways with some recent color alterations.
4…Revised color on an illustration in the core book (page 40) and detail of the original drawing on toned paper.
3…Kobold guardians of Drakkenhall. Original acrylic painting for the illustration on page 127 of 13 True Ways.
2…Darkness Horses from the forthcoming 13th Age in Glorantha.
1…Unused concept drawing for the Battle Captain seen on page 29 of 13 True Ways.
This countdown is creeping up on me! Evidently I forgot to post to my website over the weekend, so here are the pieces as the days are ticking by at bundleofholding.com for 13th Age.
Day 17 of 13th Age at bundleofholding.com. The Island of Omen original charcoal drawing and the final art found on page 276 of the 13th Age Core Book (with some unusual yellow streaking in the photo…I can’t explain it other than to say strange things happen when you’re dealing with the Island of Omen).
The latest issue of Pallet, a journal for people who like to think and drink, is available now. I’m very impressed with the quality of this magazine, and it features articles about everything from science to art to beer..well, mostly beer! And no surprise that’s where I come in. I was invited to contribute a beer label for this issue’s themed feature “Shakesbeer.” To quote the magazine:
He’s the greatest writer in the English language, but one honor yet to be bestowed upon William Shakespeare was for us to invite four breweries and artists from around the world to create an original recipe and label artwork inspired by one of his plays.
I was paired with Ommegang Brewery, but I’ll let the label tell you the rest…Cheers!
I found some enticing images at 13thAge.com of the new GM Screen that I developed with Lee Moyer, along with the accompanying Resource Book that includes a couple of my new interior illustrations. I enjoy these behind-the-screens shots of the printing process. I’ve seen a fair amount of my work in print now, but have never had the opportunity to visit the printer as it comes off the press, so these snapshots are satisfying.
If you’re interested in pre-ordering you can do so HERE.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tales of Tamriel Book I: The Land is currently available and I spotted a copy or two at Powell’s on Burnside the other day. I have a number of illustrations included and it’s a handsomely designed hardcover from Titan Books. This book is sure to be appealing to anyone gearing up for the release of the video game Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited available June 9th. Book II: The Lore will be out in September of this year and I’ll post more of my illustrations when that book is released.