Sunday, April 5, 2009

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Friday, April 3, 2009

Star Wars Custom Guardian

Another ship... The illustration is called Custom Guardian. I will have to dig around to find out which book...

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Star Wars Space Battle

The art description on this started with the phrase: "Thousands of ships..."

No, there are not that many but I had a good laugh when I read it.

Monday, March 30, 2009

More Star Wars

This illustration is from the Tales of the Jedi Companion. I liked how this one turned out and the book had a lot of great images of bounty hunters and such.

Below is a modified AT-AT for Operation: Elrood.

Battletech Camouflage

This was for a Battletech book. The illustrations showed various mech painting styles. This was my favorite.

A couple of Legend of Five Rings Cards

This piece was a card and box illustration for one of the early L5R expansions. It is the lion clan stronghold.

This has always been a favorite from the L5R game.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Another Star Wars RPG IIllustration

I love this image from Kathol Rift. The design was based on early concept art of Jabba the Hut provided by the WEG art director.

Illustration from Dragon #241

I am pretty sure this was illustrated the story "The Innkeeper's Solution". Sadly, 1997 was a while ago and my studio is not organized enough to dig through my contributors' copies from various publications. The story was about a village where the townspeople had familiars or were familiars...

Fun fact: One of the models for this painting is a designer at Hasbro and was one of my classmates at University of Cincinnati.

Card from Middle Earth: The Dragons CCG

This is called "Worn and Famished" from the Middle Earth: The Dragons Card game. It was fun to draw scenes from a one of my favorite series of books. I got to illustrate Bilbo several times!

Image from Star Wars RPG book

This is an image from I think Truce at Bakura Sourcebook. I was really bad at labeling some of my art and it takes a long time to look through the books to sort it out. (I did illustrations for 12 or 13 books for West End Games-I cannot remember!)