We love candy, costumes, and screaming, so we are super excited whenever October comes around. To get us in the mood, Liz (our newest team member), went through and found a few pieces of artwork that really sets the tone. Tell us which of these is your favorite and if you see one you really want then use this Code: "SCREAMING" for 20% off! Hurry though, offer expired on October 31st. Full collection available for sale here: https://www.inkedgaming.com/collections/halloween-picks-2017
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With a passion for magic and monsters, Steamhat strives to bring their fantastical art to the masses! So much of Steamhat’s work references some of our favorite games including MTG and D&D. You can see more from Steamhat on Tumblr, DeviantArt or Twitter:
Cemetery Flowers is super creepy at first glance but the more you look, the cuter the things you’ll find. This piece is a submission from Big Vision Publishing which is a collection of works by Michael Fishel, Jim Burns, Wayne Anderson, Rodney Matthews, Terry Pastor, John Hereford, and more.
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Mundane Massacre says it best: “I am best known for my work doing dark/horror fantasy artwork with my primary medium being digital painting.” Feel free to browse Massacre’s Facebook page or website.
An illustrator from LA, Carlos Hernandez explains himself best: “When I'm not drawing or painting, you'll find me playing Magic, Street Fighter or tending to my pet turtle Panzer.” Check out more from Carlos on his website.
Exposed at an early age to the fantasy artwork of Magic the Gathering, Matt Cowdery has since worked in various media creating works of fantasy art. Having turned his attention fully to digital illustration now, he currently works freelance, seeking to enter in to the game art industry. His works can be seen at MattCowdery.Com
Mike Overfield (AKA “MTO Art”) loves being a fantasy style artist. His goal is to eventually one day work for Wizards of the Coast. More of his awesome work can be seen on his Facebook page or website:
Chloe Janowski is “…a fantasy artist, video game developer, teacher, and president of the Austin chapter of the Autodesk Animation User Group Association.” That is “…passionate about fantasy illustration, and create my pieces with a combination of graphite, natural dyes, watercolor, 3D modeling, photography, and digital painting. I'm inspired by classic and dark fantasy, ancient history, mythology, games, prog, and metal music.” You can access the places she posts her beautiful work below:
Knoll Gilbert has lofty expectations for himself, and it shows in his work, “My passion for design goes beyond just getting the job done. I want to serve and inspire others by using my skills to exceed all expectations with integrity and enthusiasm.” He shows his enthusiastic work on his website, Facebook page and Twitter:
According to Jitt Wolf Productions, “If you like cute things that make you smile, feel good stories, etc. you are going to love our work. ^_^” Discover their work on Facebook, their website, and Twitter: