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Jul222013

Recent Works - Monsters!

I have been swamped lately and realized I have not posted here for a little while... so here is a bunch of my recent work that has come out... and of course it is all monster related. RAWR!

P’an Ku - © 2013 Alderac Entertainment Group

Ungoliant's Spawn - © 2013 Fantasy Flight Games

Icetromper - © 2013 Fantasy Flight Games

Eye on the Realms: Forgotten in a Chest - © 2013 Wizards of the Coast

The Anatomy of Elemental Evil - © 2013 Wizards of the Coast

The Three Dragons - 24 x 14 - acrylic on board - © 2013 Christopher Burdett

Agathion Familiar - © 2013 Paizo Publishing

Angel Spell - © 2013 Paizo Publishing

Angelic Familiar - © 2013 Paizo Publishing

Shei - © 2013 Paizo Publishing

Tannagar - © 2013 Paizo Publishing

Rhunians Redesign - © 2013 Christopher Burdett

R'malk'i Redesign - © 2013 Christopher Burdett

R'malk'i Redesign - © 2013 Christopher Burdett

R'zahnians Redesign - © 2013 Christopher Burdett

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    Good Web page, Preserve the very good job. Many thanks.

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Jeebus, Burdett... That's a lot of things to take in all at once. I am liking the spidery creature up top and the arctic thing just below it, also the overall composition and narrative effect of the gruesome fate the befell the treasure seeker. Then there's a bunch of the fantasy-oriented stuff that appeals to me less, I suppose. Then grab my interest again with the pen/ink style that's so effective. Of those I am most pleased by the top kaiju-ey guy and the bottom red warrior. That warrior is really appealing because of those little muscly legs and tiny wonderful feet. Also that's an awesome face and there's something about the way you did the outfit that's fun and feels unexpected. Cheers!

July 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam B. Hand

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