• Zirak-Zigil

    Zirak-Zigil Gandalf and the Balrog in their final struggle atop Zirak-Zigil

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    Zirak-Zigil
  • Grailquest: Kingdom of Horror

    GrailquestUn Livre Dont Vous Etes le Heros, Editions Gallimard, ParisGallimard did the French editions of the incredibly popular role-playing paperbacks that enjoyed an intense if brief minute in the spotlight in the late '80's. I believe there were 7 titles alltogether, to be done one or two at a time over a period of a year or so. They take place in a very derivative world, and I ended up doing...

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    Grailquest: Kingdom of Horror
  • The Shire

    The Shire Bagshot Row, and Bag End in the middle. With a tree in the foreground of which I am fond enough to put anywhere I can find an excuse to do so. Meditations on Middle-Earth: New Writing on the Worlds of J. R. R. Tolkien by Orson Scott Card, Ursula K. Le Guin, Raymond E. Feist, Terry Pratchett, Charles de Lint, George R. R. Martin, and more Edited by Karen Haber St. Martin's...

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    The Shire
  • The Return of the Shadow - Gandalf

    The Return of the Shadow One of many sketches leading up to Gandalf Returns to Hobbiton.

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    The Return of the Shadow - Gandalf
  • Children of the Serpent Gate

    Illustration for the front cover of Children of the Serpent Gate by Sarah Ash The Tears of Artamon Book III: Children of the Serpent Gate

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    Children of the Serpent Gate
  • Meditations on Middle-Earth

    Meditations on Middle-Earth Edited by Karen Haber St. Martin's Press October 1, 2001 ISBN - 0-31-227536-6 Hardcover (235 pages) Original cover artwork: Gandalf Twenty-four pencil sketches: Gwaihir Windlord Bag End The Shire Smaug Riddles in the Dark Smaug Asleep Turned to Stone Roac, Son of Carc Minas Tirith Denethor Treebeard Saruman Black Rider Amon...

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    Meditations on Middle-Earth
  • Minas Morgul

    Minas Morgul First colour piece for the city of the Ringwraiths. Frodo, Sam and Gollum are just visible, tucked away out of sight behind an outcropping ofrock on the upper left. The Art of the Lord of the Rings Gary Russel HarperCollinsPublishers 2004

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    Minas Morgul
  • Nidhoggr

    NidhoggrA DIVERSITY OF DRAGONS by Anne MacCAFFREY, 1997This wyrm is the quintessentially vile beast that everlastingly and insatiably gnaws at the roots of the world tree. Among the labyrinthine roots of Yggdrasil, he continually writhes and worries at the foundations that hold up the earth and the sky. It is a theme I would happily visit again and again. The white background is to accommodate ...

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    Nidhoggr
  • Morgoth

    Morgoth 1999 - First sketch done in my New Zealand sketchbook.

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    Morgoth
  • Still life

    Still Life1982Of course, that skull wasn't just laying there on the rocky outcrop waiting to be painted... but I did put it back again, 1 promise! My student obsession with skulls and bones has never really diminished. Once over the most obvious symbolism and initial reluctance, bones of all creatures have the most incredibly aesthetic shapes. The art school had a collection worthy of a natural...

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    Still life
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