The Last Threshold
16x22/300dpi: Digital: 2012
©Wizards of the Coast
As thresholds go, this one is mossy and wet, and difficult to cross. Cover for The Last Threshold, by R.A. Salvatore.
This is an absolutely amazing piece of art. I have to ask though, who or what is Drizzt fighting? Looks like a three-headed lich.
It is, in fact, a three-headed liche. :o)
I love your illustrations, mr. Lockwood, and this one is one of my favorites (alongside Sojourn). I love the atmosphere of danger, and the sense of motion in Drizzt and his scimitars – something that astonishes me with every one of your pieces where he’s fighting. I’m hoping to one day be able to afford prints of several of your pieces, and hang them on the wall above the books which they represent.
Are the GICLEE prints delivered rolled up? Do they need lamination? I’m wondering how I would end up mounting one of these.
Prints are delivered rolled up in a plastic sleeve, though not laminated. They’re protected from scratches or abrasions, but you’ll need to take them to your local frame shop for their long-standing presentation. :o)
I absolutely love your illustrations, Lockwood! I’ve been reading the Drizzt Do’Urden series for many years now and still can’t get over the stories and the inspiring illustrations!!! I wish I had the money to buy prints off of you, but alas, until I can get my own works published, I will remain too poor to purchase any of your works. I guess owning the books with your illustrations on them will have to do!
Then you should own my book, The Summer Dragon. It’s full of illustrations… ;o) Thank you, Miranda!
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