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    I wish I could post the full-sized version of this image. This illustrations is just incredible. I've seen no bar-room brawl more epic than this.

    Wow, so lovely!

    Fashion Illustration...Kathryn Trotter

    Ekaterina Koroleva | Illustrator | bumbumbum - heart.

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    Michael Komarck Illustration

    JS Rossbach

    'stone dragon' by michal ivan is an Amazing (albeit eerie) piece of digital art ~ flame and shadows and...

    Tristan x Isolde by *One-Vox on deviantART

    Stunning Illustrations by Greg Fromenteau www.BlickeDeeler.de |

    Roberto Ricci

    Another from Pathfinder. This is one of my favorite depiction of goblins.

    In honor of the 25th Anniversary of Zelda, a Japanese artist created what is now being heralded as one of the best fan art portrayals of a video game of all time

    John Singer Sargent (American, 1856–1925). Madame X (Madame Pierre Gautreau), 1883–84. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 1916 (16.53) #noses #Connections

    Link Redesign by ~pokepetter on deviantART

    While I don't play Paizo's Pathfinder, the game's art work is just incredible. D&D;'s artwork is epic and grand, but there's something about the storytelling in Pathfinder's artwork that I find very inspiring.

    The chained specter's pose adds so much to this image. This presents so many questions to be answered in-game. Why the look of despair on the specter's face? What role does the wizard play in the scene? What is the source of the skulls crumbling off the left side of the image?

    This image closely depicts one of the locales I've whipped up for my D&D; campaign setting, the world of Xenotheia. Another image from Pathfinder, this seaside city is called Riddleport.

    This is one fan-freaking-tastic image. I can't think of anywhere this would fit in my campaign, but I'm sure the opportunity will someday reveal itself.

    "You live in a spaceship, dear." "So?"

    'Cotton'