Dungeons and Dragons art for a new DnD module
I wanted to show some of the new Dungeons and Dragons art work I’ve done for an upcoming DnD module by Arch Mage Press. I have been commissioned to illustrate a number of books, including colour front covers and interior black and white pieces.
This is one of the book cover pieces I did for the series. A classic monster from both Dungeons and Dragons and also classic mythology. Who doesn’t want to draw a dragon… getting to draw seven in one is even better!
I decided to make a short video of the process. So those who enjoy my work can get an idea of how I work. I often record myself working, but this time I just saved pictures of some of the stages and put them together.
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An example of how my Dungeons and Dragons art is made
Below I’ve placed the final piece side by side with a video that shows the various sketch stages a piece goes through before it’s finally complete.
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