The knight-exemplar of Bant, a land in one of Magic: the Gathering’s many worlds. Beautifully illustrated by Michael Komarck.
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. A great picture … Continue reading
Looks more like a dragon than a harpy to me. Here’s a great monster piece from Lucas Staniec:
My collection of one of each Magic: the Gathering card illustrated by Nils Hamm is once again complete. My last update as almost 5 years ago, in November 2016. Since … Continue reading
This piece by Adam Rex shows the faerie Queen Oona in all her ethereal glory: While this art speaks for itself, I have to say that I noticed this art … Continue reading
Jesper Ejsing (pronounced like ‘icing’) has been producing art for a number of fantasy worlds for years now. His work has featured in Magic: the Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, World … Continue reading
Magic: the Gathering features many notable images. Some are of named heroes with a large amount of words written about them. Others, like this illustration form Chris Rahn, give us … Continue reading
Dead? Or merely sleeping? This illustration by Amber Ye invites you to ponder the question.
The cover art of the board game Scythe is probably most people’s main encounter with Jakub Rozalski’s art, but there’s plenty more than that! Rozalksi manages to create some everyday … Continue reading
This isn’t the first awesome angel art from Greg Staples to be featured in this series, and it probably won’t be the last either. For now, feast your eyes on … Continue reading
This magic art by Volkan Baga introduced us to the character Elspeth: My theory is that a lot of this character’s popularity is due to this awesome introductory image.
There are no heroes in the grim darkness of the far future; just villains you haven’t yet grown to hate. The Eisenhorn series is a great exemplar of this, and … Continue reading
Keith Parkinson produced many iconic illustrations in the 1980s and 1990s, from book covers, to Dungeons & Dragons art, and more besides. While he sadly passed away in 2005 he … Continue reading
This art comes from Magic: the Gathering, but I like it as a fantasy piece. There’s nothing here especially unique to the setting in question. We have an elf in … Continue reading
The Alara block of Magic featured a battlemage for each of that world’s five factions. My favourite in terms of art was always the Bant battlemage, by Donato Giancola. Bant … Continue reading
Brom’s art tends towards the darker end of fantasy, but that’s no bad thing. He’s illustrated a number of classic fantasy characters including Conaman and Morgana le Fey, but I … Continue reading
This art was everywhere in the 1980s. I am fairly sure I had a poster of this, that I was able to walk into a high street store (remember those?) … Continue reading
Yes, that does say perfect and not prefect. The perfects are the upper class of elves in Magic’s Lorwyn setting. In this art with see a perfect standing tall. She … Continue reading
Antonio Jose Manzanedo produces some visually stunning art featuring dragons, demons, and more besides. His art varies between dark and light, and always has details to catch the eye. This … Continue reading