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Scott M. Fischer’s art first appeared in the 1996 set Mirage. His work appears more sporadically today, but to judge from his website and other internet presence, he is busier than ever.
The photo above shows Scott m. Fischer with his original work for the borderless Force of Will card which appeared in Double Masters.
Kiora, the Crashing Wave
Kiora is Magic’s merfolk planeswalker and this art show her literally in her element. Kiora is frequently associated with large sea monsters and the tentacles here suggest that.
No, that’s doesn’t say ‘prefect’. The perfects of Lorwyn are the highest echelon of elven society and generally lord it over everyone else.
This art piece shows a more warlike angel, eager to get into the fray.
Force of Will
This art from Double Masters shows a very confident mage stopping those pesky fire spells.
Isperia, Supreme Judge
Once the vaunted leader of the Azorious guild in Ravnica, Isperia is now nothing more than a rather surprised-looking statue.
Another art piece set in Ravnica, this one shows a mage of the Izzet guild. Circles appear often in Scott M. Fischer’s Magic art and it’s particularly notable here.
Click the image above to see all cards illustrated by Scott M. Fischer on Scryfall
video: Scott M. Fischer has a YouTube channel, below is a video of him painting the great Force of Will art seen above:
Also, here’s a separate video showing him painting a Beholder.
click the names below to see profiles of other magic artists