1. Voros

    R.I.P. Martin McKenna, CoC and FF artist

  2. Voros

    Pulp/Sf/Fantasy Paperback Covers

  3. Voros

    Dungeons and Drawings: An Illustrated Compendium of Creatures

    Came across this cool book Dungeons and Drawings at the local bookstore. My wife liked it so much she heavily hinted she’d like it for Xmas. It is illustrated by Blanca Martinez and Joe Sparrow and published by Andrew McMeels Publishing. It comes from their blog that they’ve been working on...
  4. Voros

    Soviet Illustrations for Tolkien’s The Hobbit

  5. aftiago

    Hi! I am an freelance illustrator looking for fantasy/medieval jobs!

    Hi there! My name is Tiago Fernandes and I am a brazilian freelance artist. Most of my illustration works were for books or personal use, and last year I didn't really had the chance of working with fantasy art (worked only once designing a creature from a RPG). So, if you have any interest in...
  6. Voros

    Blog Posts with Cool Gameable Content

    With the death of G+ I thought it would be a good idea to have a thread of cool gameable content and art posted to blogs, OSR and otherwise. What inspired this was this recent post by Ben L with art by Evlyn M. White Jungle Races: Plumed Reavers & Mole Rat People
  7. Voros

    Mobieus' Album Cover Art for Hendrix

    I would kill to get my hands on this French LP with Moebius' art. The other Hendrix inspired pieces by Moebius are typically amazing.
  8. TristramEvans

    Great Comicbook Art Thread

    OK, so the other thread was a bit schizophrenic, so I decided to move the "serious" examples of great comicbook art over to their own thread. It'll take me a bit to go through the whole thing, but from now on, the "Best Comic Panels of All Time" will be for humorous,/ironically bad/ comic panels...
  9. TristramEvans

    Best Comic Panels of All Time

  10. Johnny Blade

    What have you been reading?

    Books are media after all. I've been rereading the Brother Karamazov for about the third time and some of Aristophanes's comedies in between to lighten the mood. Brothers K grows and grows on me with each rereading, and Aristophanes is still so freaking actual It's scary. What about you?
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