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Mialee prepares her spells. by RalphHorsley Mialee prepares her spells. by RalphHorsley
Mialee prepares her spell.

Acrylic; 11" x 16"

Interior illustration for 'The Shattered Gates of Slaughtergarde' D&D supplement.

Original artwork for sale; UK£500.

Mialee has found a fascinating book in an abandoned library. As she excitedly devours its contents Goblins sneak into the chamber....

I enjoyed putting all the items around Mialee, many of which hint at other D&D magical items. I was also pleased with the lighting and contrasting colours in this image.
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:icontroll-hammer-games:
looking for frelance artist for a gaming project

if interested contact at rhos2821@gmail.com

paid by royalities for pdf and printed sales after production cost [ printing / ship / electronic sale fee ect ]

send a example of work when contacting
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Superbum Feb 1, 2012  Student General Artist
I really like the use of the light source in the text itself being reflected on the character.
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RalphHorsley Feb 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Great - thanks :)
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:iconnoblefivejorge:
I love the intimate little details... Like the floppy hat on the one goblin, the little vial of poison resting in a crate of hay... It's a beautiful piece!
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RalphHorsley Oct 7, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
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Souhiro Feb 28, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Marvelous!
You have re-done seoni into something that have Charisma!
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RalphHorsley Mar 6, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
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:iconjohn00065:
I love this picture: She looks far better than the so-called 'professional' artists at Wizards of the Coast depicted her. There was always something...'wrong... about her face. I never could put my finger on it. I they drew her eyes too high up and too angular. (Frankly, she wasn't very pretty.) This depiction is gorgeous! I love it! Kudos! And I love all the D&D paraphernalia on the floor! Great job!
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RalphHorsley Jan 13, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Glad you like it - that is very pleasing to hear especially as I am one of the 'pressionals' ;)
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:iconjohn00065:
The people who originally drew her for the cover arts of the boxed set paled by comparison. Your work is truly beautiful!
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