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Ian Miller is a British artist who has been producing art for several decades now. His style is highly recognisable.
His art is often like the ents above – made using a limited colour palette. I look at the ents and think about my own miniature painting (I enjoy visual art, but I’m no illustrator!) and wonder whether my models would look better with fewer colours.
Ian Miller’s official site is being rebuilt as I write this article. For now there’s a few illustrations there, but not a whole gallery. You can check out his Facebook page instead.
If you grew up steeped in British folklore and mythology, you’ll find Ian Miller’s art very resonant. If not, I think ‘gloriously weird’ is as good a description as any.
Ian Miller provided art for Games Workshop back in the 1980s, contributing to the early look of Chaos in particular.