Dragons are rarely in my top Magic card arts, but everything in this piece comes together for me. The brightness of the dragon’s flame, the dark sky behind, the savage … Continue reading
Ansalon is the fictional land where the stories of Dragonlance take place. Dragonlance being a memorable series of books, provided your memory stretches back to the 1980s – and you … Continue reading
Livia Prima produces some great character portraits, but can still create great scenes as well. What follows here is a selection from the choices available at her ArtStation page. This … Continue reading
This week’s piece is a Magic card from Nils Hamm. The Grave Titan was part of a cycle of five titans, one for each colour of Magic. As suggested by … Continue reading
Today’s art is a magic card from Brian “Chippy” Dugan: Abyssal Persecutor is an interesting card. It’s more powerful that you would expect for its cost, but it comes with … Continue reading
Alex Konstad produces some interesting work across a range of fantasy and science fiction worlds, as well as things too weird for a single genre description. I’ve selected some pieces … Continue reading
I had to give this piece its on name as it’s titles only by its date of posting on ArtStation. A lot of artists post untitled work like this, with … Continue reading
Today’s art features a great character first illustrated by Michael Komarck Sorin is a centuries-old vampire with many schemes in motion at any one time. One of his long term … Continue reading
This mountain art was done for Magic: the Gathering by Karl Kopinski. The trio of figures included in the art suggests a story about to be told.
Igor Kieryluk is probably best known for his Magic: the Gathering art, and that is going to be the main focus here too. His art manages to combine darkness and … Continue reading
Another art piece from the talented Seb McKinnon. This one dips into mythology.
Dana Howl has a great video up breaking down colour for miniature painters, pointing out why CMYK (used by printers) can by a better way of understanding colours and colour … Continue reading
Another memorable angle art from Magic: the Gathering This one comes from the talented Jason Chan.
Kamila Szutenberg posts quite a few sketches to her ArtStation page… many of which look as good to me as finished art. Kamila’s art often features landscapes, but there’s some … Continue reading
This art for Magic: the Gathering by Rebecca Guay showcase her ethereal art style One art director decided to remove her from the roster of artists working on the game. … Continue reading
This digital piece from Kamila Szutenberg shows a knight exporting a vast castle. It mostly lies in ruins, but some parts look habitable. A quick confession: I made this name … Continue reading
Seb McKinnon has become a favourite among many Magic: the Gathering players for his striking and unique art style. His art extends outside Magic, although I must admit most of … Continue reading
Like last week’s featured illustration, this one also comes from Magic: the Gathering’s realm of Bant. In this piece from Greg Staples we see the knight on his lion steed
The knight-exemplar of Bant, a land in one of Magic: the Gathering’s many worlds. Beautifully illustrated by Michael Komarck.