Illustration for an issue of the Dungeons & Dragons magazine, Dragon. It's for an article about "Athasian familiars" or magical wizard pets in the desert land of Athas.
Oil, 11 x 24 inches
Oil, 11 x 24 inches
Wow! This is wildly cool, nice work
Saw this in Spectrum last year and had to track it down and say that I keep coming back to it for brushwork reference in my own painting. Great piece!
MY GODNESS THIS IS BREATHTAKING!! fantastic work congrats!!
Holy crow you're amazing.
That's impressive to see how level of light you can reproduce with oil... I am obligated to zoom on the images to be sure that it's made with traditionnal tools and not with photoshop ! So... incredible
I've love how your style's progressed. This is B E A S T.
Very Very cool!
Man, this is amazing. Great, great work!
Wow, what a beautiful style. I love how you show her in a complete trance, including the position of the feet, like she's not entirely of this world at the moment.
May I ask how you got those magnificent shining blues? I'm in complete awe.
The blue is ultramarine, maybe a little alizarin crimson, but I did add a little extra saturation to the blue in the lightest parts with photoshop.
You definitely should do fantasy more often. You're naturally good at it.
Beautiful stuff, love your technique
That's a really keen sense of depth, and the lighting is nicely done.
WOW WOW WOW your local lights are KILLING IT in this one!!! I cannot take my eyes off your luscious luscious brushstrokes
Amazing, and just love how with oils you can do such a work that seems digital... the mixture of the two comes out great!
Yeeeh!!! Great blue light
Fantastic work! I love the colors and brush strokes very much, the blue lighting on the face looks awesome
wow looks like a computer work!
I love you work man it is amazing ^^
well done ! I think fantasy style suites you
this is gorgeous rob! i love the magic effects, and considering this is all oil, amazing work! i've always loved your painting style and it looks perfect for this piece!
Amazing work! So darn dynamic !!!
I love the brush work, very Leyendecker.