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13 Responses to “How to Contact Ron Spencer”

  1. February 7, 2012 at 4:04 pm

    Hi Ron,

    Is it possible to come into contact with you about an alteration you did a couple years back? I’d like to send you an email.




  2. 2 Evan McHugh
    February 13, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    Hello Mr Spencer.

    I am a big fan of your work, particularly your art for the Magic the Gathering cards.

    I was wondering if you’d be willing to autograph a card for me if I mailed it to you, along with a couple of dollars to pay for stamps and an envelope to send it back to me.

    I believe having a card autographed by the artist adds a great uniqueness and I would love to have yours in my deck.

    Please write back to me in your own time.

    Best regards.


    • 3 ronspencer
      March 9, 2012 at 3:24 am

      Thanks for stopping by the blog, Evan.

      I’m happy to sign cards through the mail.
      Send what you want signed to:

      1708 North R Road
      Aurora, NE 68818

      Please be sure and include a self addressed envelope with the correct return postage.

      Thanks again for looking!

  3. March 30, 2012 at 3:08 pm

    Hey Ron, I play MTG since 2001 and I love your work, I recognize it without reading your name or sign.

    You are an unique artist I appreciate for years, and now I’m studying design on college and want to know how you developed your technique and what materials you use to do those excellent lighting effects on your art.


    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  4. 5 Eric Cruz
    August 20, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Mr. Spencer,

    I just wanted to thank you for all the badass art you’ve done for MTG. I recently got into Magic, and though I love the technical aspect of the game and turning cards sideways. I’ve also gained a greater appreciation for the art. And in my opinion artist like you don’t get the full credit yall and appreciation deserve.

    Enough of the fluff. I was wondering if you could recommend a supplier that I could by some of your art from. Specifically, you NE and OH playmats (Squirrel/Werewolf and the platypus/goblins). Their both masterpieces, and add the proper bling to my MTG game!

    (Though I know those specific pieces were made for the NE and OH events, I was hoping you could recommend an aftermarket seller. I ordered a Squirrel/Werewolf online, via ebay for an all too reasonable price. But was provided a fake a print shop reprint. (Using a low quality picture found online.)

    • 6 torakhan
      June 4, 2013 at 7:07 am

      (9 months later…) Likely, Ron was commissioned to do the piece, and those mats were made by someone else, and that person probably holds the rights to reproduce that artwork. Your best bet may be to contact whoever ran that tournament (company, or sponsor, perhaps Professional Event Services) and ask if they have any left, or where extras may be (if there are any.) If said entity was interested, they could upload the artwork to a site that prints-on-demand on the material (like a Cafe Press, or similar company) and you and other interested parties could order from there as well. Artist’s sometimes get “proofs” of their work, but not always (I think playing card Proofs are a rare exception from what I’ve been lead to believe.) (at this moment, they claim to have 1 left, for $90)
      Otherwise… good luck, and buyer beware. :-/

      BUT, if you can get permission to print one off, and can get a high-rez version of the file, check out this site: (likely one of many that offer PoD Playmats services)

  5. October 15, 2012 at 1:50 am

    hello good sir,

    I am a rather big fan of your art. I was going to get the playmat you did with the squirrels and werewolf when a thought struck me!? ron gets nothing for that really… anyways, to the point… what would you charge for a commission of a playmat or something/? I enjoy the art you do of zombies, and the original terror. I dont wanna be to specific because I personally enjoy the art I do on my own rather than scripting… looking forward to a reply.


  6. 8 diego
    May 29, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    congratulations for your talent.
    I am a big fan. I wonder what material you use to paint?

  7. 10 Will Hauze
    September 17, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    Hi Ron

    My name is will I was wondering if you are going on the road anytime soon. You drew my favorite card and it would be awesome to get it signed and meet you. So if you can send me info on when you will be signing in northeastern pa that would be awesome

    Thank you

  8. 11 Trent Harris
    November 2, 2013 at 1:34 am

    Hi Ron, I was wondering if you still sign cards? Been a fan of your work for years White Wolf and Magic, I’ve no trouble sending postage with the cards if you’d be willing to sign them still.

  9. 13 Don Freeman
    November 10, 2014 at 11:28 am

    im just giddy with excitement. I really want some cards autographed. no other artwork do I appreciate more in all of magic. Then you stopped having magic cards printed. Finally, one day, I found Pathfinder. You haven’t stopped yet; kick ass!

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