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6 mighty mechs: The art of Daryl Mandryk

Daryl Mandryk is a Canadian artist who works with computer games. His website lists cients like Dark Horse, Hasvro, Radical Comics, Privateer PRess, Paizo Publishing as well as EA, Lucasfilm, Blizzard and Warner Bros. If you’re a fan of his style then you can see pleny more at his wordpress blog or at inprint.

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Female jedi X-Wing pilot

I’m not sure where Star Wars: Episode VII is going with female characters. There’s been rumours and concerns in equal measure. This illustration by Philippino artist Ray-ann Sagun shows the promise those. This Jedi looks strong and determined as she climbs out of her X-Wing expecting trouble.

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Uncommon dragon hoards

These charming and quirky dragons with equally charming and quirky hoards are the work of Lauren Dawson. Drawing as Iguana Mouth there’s two sets of uncommon dragon hoards. Why? The first did so well! Uncommon dragon hoards 1 Uncommon dragon hoards 2 (Via Geek Art Gallery and Pipedreamergrey.)

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A gallery of space art from Fred Gambino

Last week I gave the cyborg thumbs up to the Art of Fred Gambino in a full length review. This is an artist who’s worked with likes of WizKids, LEGO, National Geographic and even Der Speigel. The review included a video tour of the book to showcase Gambino’s fine style and work. Geek Native video […]

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Sailor Moon gifs turned into a D&D adventure party

Have you ever wondered what the Sailor Moon characters would look like if they were a typical D&D adventuring party? You know; a paladin, a rogue, a wizard, ranger and so forth? No? The rather talented Sasha Mutch did. Oh yeah. Sasha not only drew the mashup as a series but animated them too. Perfect. […]

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Gotham City villains Disney character style

These Disney characters meet Gotham baddies are the work of Brazilian artist Rick Celis. Fans should also check out his Facebook page for various art projects and I found it an easier browse than his Deviant Art page. On the other hand, Celis is accepting commission work for only $30 and some rules. (Via Dorkly.)

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Video games painted onto fans

Carrie Gonzalez is a Deviant Artist and has been an American exchange student in Japan. Carrie’s created these beautiful computer game paintings on the opening of fans. When she’s less busy Carrie manages an Etsy store that sells these fans and other goodies.

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Dark Shepherd: A review of The Art of Fred Gambino

It’s been about 15 years since Fred Gambino’s last book, Ground Zero, and that alone tells you how established Gambino is in the world of concept art. Most recently Fred Gambino has been working with game and film studios. Gamers will certainly recognise some of the themes here. The companies Fred Gambino’s worked for are […]

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Gunships and space: Art by Matt Tkocz

Matt Tkocz is a concept designer and illustrator who works in the film industry. He maintains a number of sites including a portfolio tumblr, a fun tumblr and an Art Station. If you enjoy the sample of illustrations shown here then I’d encourage you to go check out his sites.

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Goblin Battle: First look at D&D 5e goblins?

Kieran Yanner, who is based in Seattle, has shared this piece to their online portfolio at Behance. It’s called “Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition: Goblin Battle” and so I theorise this is interior art for one of the soon to be released D&D 5e books. Any predictions as to which of the three first books […]

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