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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Neverwinter Fortune Cards


A few months back I did a piece for D&D's new Neverwinter Fortune Cards set. While they only used a small portion of the image for the box art as you can see here, I painted out the whole figure so that they could use more of the image for other marketing purposes, dealing with the Neverwinter set. This was a really fun peace and I had a great time working on the landscape in the background. Had a bit of inspiration from Albert Bierstadt on that section.

Hopefully, more work will be freed from NDA's soon and I can post again.

5 comments:

Scott Altmann said...

nice - really love how you handled the fabric and materials

Tyler Jacobson said...

Thanks Scott. It was certainly a challenge.

Raul Allen said...

I agree with Scott, the treatment in the fabric is really nice. The landscape in the back has a great atmosphere as well. Maybe the door behind him could have been a bit separated from the landscape. Or maybe it would loose the transitions, humm, what do you think?

Tyler Jacobson said...

Excellent point Raul. I totally agree. I think it is a matter of value on the doorway and pillars behind him. They could probably be a little darker and that would help define them. Thanks for pointing that out.

Raul Allen said...

you guys make me want to paint again!