Arta Monday: Mountain
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.
Size matters: a review of The Big Kopinski
What compels the visual artist to draw? Editions Caurette have a new art book: the Big Kopinski. This book is mainly a collection of sketches from artist Karl Kopinski, and … Continue reading
Mountains of Magic: the Gathering
From crumbling rocks, to imposing peaks, to the tallest city spires, mountains in Magic have taken on many forms. I’m sharing a few of my favourites with you here: by … Continue reading
Clan leaders of Tarkir
The five clans of Tarkir each have their own charismatic leader who embodies the ideals and ethos of that clan. Each is represented by a card in the game to … Continue reading
Khans of Tarkir art review
The new Khans of Tarkir set takes us to a place ruled by clan warlords and riven by constant strife. It’s the homeworld of one Sarkhan Vol, and a place … Continue reading
MtG Artists: Karl Kopinski
Buyers of UK-made historical miniatures and of some of Games Workshop’s older boxed miniatures will know Karl Kopinski from his awesome box art. His gritty style is well-suited to grim … Continue reading
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