Sunday, October 19, 2014

Black Crusade: Tome of Decay

As some of you may already know, I've been doing some artwork for Fantasy Flight Games over the past 1 1/2 years. Although Tome of Decay wasn't the first title I worked on, it was the first to be released.
So here are a few pieces I had the pleasure of creating in honour of my favourite Chaos god, Grandfather Nurgle.






8 comments:

  1. Amazing stuff again... Do you draw digitally or do you use pens and pencils?

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    1. Thank you, Alexander Man. :)
      I do all my sketching in pencils (as in this case) or inks, then scan it and paint in Photoshop. For a lot of my personal work I go all traditional with watercolours and/or acrylics.

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  2. Fantastic work, sir! You're a massive inspiration and definitley a favourite Artist of mine.

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words, Jordan!
      It's awesome to hear that I can offer some inspiration. :)

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  3. Wonderful work, they just oooze that grimy Nurgle flavour (appropriately).

    I have all four of the Tomes on my want list... Who knows, yule is not that far away... Maybe I'll be curled up with the chaos gods this Winter :)

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    1. Thanks heaps, mate! :)
      I was fortunate enough to receive a contributor copy of the Nurgle tome. Now I just have to save a bit more to buy the others.

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  4. Wow! Impressive stuff and the gig is truly well deserved.

    Really dig Jeff Goldblum and the fatso. Very cool characters.
    The larger scene is a bit weaker - the composition is a bit off and theres a certain lack of depth. Scenes are hard - trust me, I´ve got the same problem...

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    1. Thanks for your comment, Jeff... and especially for the honest critique (my favourite kind). :)

      I know what you mean about the scene, and I can see it clearly now that some time has passed.
      I think my plan for the picture was a bit too ambitious, considering the scope of the commission, and it shows.

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