Ye Olde Wheel of Time Netbook Volume Two Artwork
Aloha WoT Illuminati:
Tai'shar WoT Netbook artists!
If any of you know other artists who would like to work with us, let me know and I'll get in contact with them. Below are some details and samples from the Illuminated we have working with us. The section links (above, on the right) will take you to submitted artwork. Dazzle yourselves.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist Details and Sample Illustrations
Joan is a studio art/art history double-major at SUNY Albany. These are her pics. Between work and classes, she's etching out more. The link to her unfinished website is http://joanjocson.tripod.com/title.htm. Check it out and sign her guestbook.
Priest comes to us from EN World's message boards, where we get the bulk of our artists. He is one of the braves who answered Eosin's call to pen and swords. He also goes by the name Nathaniel Hawkes and signs his works as Sidran. Priest's work is hand-sketched, scanned and digitally painted. Offer him requests and feedback. The link to the thread where he discusses his artwork with Eosin is: http://enworld.cyberstreet.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=30251
If anyone knows where to find a working copy of The Gimp, a freeware art program similar to Photoshop, please let me know, or message Priest on the EN World thread above.
Darryl was brought in by our illustrious Skwid (the humblest mollusk on the net). He's a professional comic artist whose work has appeared in the following: Glass, The Kosmic Kat, The Amazing Cat, G3, Mavens, Hope7, and the RPG Hackmaster. The inker on his work here is Mike Estlick.
Darryl's homepage is at http://community-2.webtv.net/padawanlearner/DARRYLSHEAKLEYSKING/index.html. The Fantasy Art link on that page houses his Wheel of Time work. He has some black and whites hidden away at home for us still.
s/LaSH writes and illustrates the ongoing adventures of his gaming group's campaign into a comic called Dungeon Damage. His inking is incredible, and his work can be seen at http://dungeondamage.keenspace.com. He has also done commissioned artwork and can be contacted on the same EN World message thread as Priest.
EN World is a treasure trove. Kip the Bold has done dozens of character portraits and other pieces for people there, and for his own amusement. His sketches are a wonder. Their poses and proportions are accurate and dynamic, and his colored work is sometimes almost breathtaking. Samples of Kip's work can be seen on the following message threads:
His work can also be seen at Elfwood, one of the premier fantasy art sites: http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/loth/j/o/joconnor/joconnor.html.
Malessa is the Art Director at Grell Head Studios, and her husband, Brian, is Director of Publishing. Their company is an independent maker of RPG supplements, so, like Darryl above, they have industry experience. Their work can be seen on their website, at http://home.cfl.rr.com/rtttoee, and at the ever-flowing EN World message boards. Malessa's latest works include material for Khan's Press' "Giant Killer".