Perhaps the most inventive card game ever created, Magic: the Gathering combines fantastic art and story-telling with chess-like strategy. I’m always happy to paint a Magic card.
Looking path to exile art or niv mizzet. Your amazing and have been my favorite artist. Would love to get a full art card foil of niv mizzet signed! ?let me know what’s possible thanks
I don’t carry cards, only the Artists’s Proofs that Wizards of the Coast provides. If you’re interested in those, I might be able to help you.
If you happen to have (and selling) an artist proof of the alternate artwork Sunscorch Regent from Dragons of Tarkir, I would be very interested in purchasing one. For whatever reason, WotC chose not to move forward with this for printed cards. That artwork is easily one of the best dragon artworks I’ve seen in the Magic collection.
Wizards does not provide artists proofs for cards that haven’t been printed as cards. The best I could do is sell you a print of the artwork. But it wouldn’t be a card. :oP
Sorry that I didn’t see this message when it was new! I don’t have full-art Artist’s Proofs of anything, and Wizards doesn’t give us actual cards. I’m afraid I’m not of much use to you there. You might try contacting Jack Stanton—you can find him on Facebook, here.
Is it still possible to buy an artist proof of Prossh. I don’t see any artist proofs avaliable.
I’m afraid that the Prossh APs are sold out. I don’t list them on the website because they’re ridiculously hard to track online. I only take them live to shows. But Prossh was a popular card. Sorry. If I should chance upon them, I’ll let you know. Also, from time to time WotC reissues older cards, so Prossh might turn up again. You never know…
What artist proofs do you have available?
That’s an extremely time-consuming question to answer, I’m afraid. There are a great many of them, and the prices vary, most ridiculously because I instituted a “commodity pricing” regimen back when it was simple, meaning that as the cards run out, the prices go up. Wizards has been releasing older cards more often, which makes it all the more tricky. This is why they’re not online, and I reserve them for live appearances. The next place I’ll have them will be DragonCon. In the meantime, I don’t have a proper inventory of them. But keep an eye on the website. Sign up for notifications, and when/if I get an inventory together, I’ll announce it on the blog and you’ll receive a message about it.
Sorry—I know that’s not the useful answer you hoped for, but it is the state of things at the moment…
I understand! I will see you at Dragon*Con!
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