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Explore fantasy art: Johan Egerkrans

I’ve always been a fan of bold colours and so when I came across the art of Johan Egerkrans I knew I would be sharing it here.

The Hobbit (cover) by Johan Egerkrans

A great picture of Smaug to make a stand-out cover for the Hobbit. I also love how the ring is contained in the curl of the dragon’s tail.

The Lambton Wurm by Johan Egerkrans

A mythical clash between knight and beast.

Frey by Johan Egerkrans

Fry rides his golden boar across a wheat field in this image.

Choose your character by Johan Egerkrans

This is some interior art from a German role-playing game; the human and dwarf have a real Ankh-Morpork vibe.

Loki in the end times by Johan Egerkrans

Loki leads the forces of the undead in this piece.

You can see more art from Johan Egerkrans at his ArtStation page.

8 comments on “Explore fantasy art: Johan Egerkrans

  1. Fredrik Svensson
    September 11, 2021

    You can check out his miniature shenanigans at The Convertorum too!
    (Was gonna link his blogspot here, but apparently that’s been dead since last year. You get the IG link instead)
    https://instagram.com/the_convertorum

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    • davekay
      September 13, 2021

      They look great, thanks for sharing as I had no idea he was into 40k miniatures as well!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Mikko
    September 11, 2021

    I love his work! I’ve got two of his books, Norse Gods and The Undead, both highly recommended.

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  3. maenoferren22
    September 13, 2021

    I like all of these apart from the first one. I am not sure why it doesn’t appeal to me. I like dragons and he is a good colour for a dragon. I have to agree about the Human and the dwarf.. one of them is definitely call Bjorn Stronginthearm or something like that.

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    • davekay
      September 13, 2021

      And let us not forget Cheery Littlebottom!

      Like

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