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Mar
14

The Passing of the Svell-Tivar

The snow is flying this evening–probably for the final time this season. The Vernal Equinox is days away. As the blizzard ends tonight, Crom, Ymir and the Wendigo will withdraw for a time. The wind will change from an iced blade to a bellows-driven furnace.
To honor the passing of winter, I’ve pulled out a few pieces that were done with the northern cultures in mind.

Spot illo for "The Duelist" magazine

Spot illo for “The Duelist” magazine


Dreamblade "Viking" miniature sketch (front)

Dreamblade “Viking” miniature sketch (front)

Dreamblade "Viking" miniature sketch (back)

Dreamblade “Viking” miniature sketch (back)

Dreamblade "Valkyrie" miniature sketch (front)

Dreamblade “Valkyrie” miniature sketch (front)

Dreamblade "Valkyrie" miniature sketch (side reference)

Dreamblade “Valkyrie” miniature sketch (side reference)

Dreamblade "Valkyrie" miniature sketch (back)

Dreamblade “Valkyrie” miniature sketch (back)

D&D "Barbarian-Sorcerer" sketch.

D&D “Barbarian-Sorcerer” sketch.

D&D "Barbarian-Sorcerer" (unused sketch)

D&D “Barbarian-Sorcerer” (unused sketch)

D&D "Barbarian-Sorcerer" final

D&D “Barbarian-Sorcerer” final


Thanks for stopping by and Crom be with you!

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1 Response to “The Passing of the Svell-Tivar”


  1. 1 François-Yves Guigner
    March 19, 2014 at 9:42 pm

    Love the one from the duelist ! The texture on the muscles is really nice, and the fur looks great too, congrats !


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