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    $25.00

    A Remarque is a small drawing by the artist, usually on the bottom margin of the print between the number and the signature, or on the end papers of a book. Many collectors feel that it adds monetary value to the item. In any case, it makes the item one-of-a-kind. Can only be applied to print orders, not ordered alone.

  • A Natural History of Dragons

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    A Natural History of Dragons
    16x21/300dpi: Digital: 2012
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Cover for "A Natural History of Dragons; a Memoire by Lady Trent," by Marie Brennan, from Tor Books.

  • Abuna

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    Abuna
    9x12/300: Digital: 2002
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    From the Mirrodin Set.

  • After

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    After
    14x15: Acrylics: 1995
    Original: In the collection of Cathy & David Torrisi
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Another commission for Carl Gnam, but for th enow defunct magazine Sci Fi Age. This was my first piece to appear in Spectrum, in Spectrum III.

  • Akraskan Squire

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    Akraskan Squire
    9x13/300: Digital: 2008
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    "Here y' go, M'lady; Here's your big pointy stick."

  • Alhandra

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    Alhandra
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    Have you been Naughty? Oh I hope so.

  • Amazon Leaping High & Amazon Leaping Far

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    Amazon Leaping High (L)
    Amazon Leaping Far (R)
    8x11/300: Digital: 2003
    ©Kosmos Verlag

    Sisters of Prodigious Leaping, I guess.

  • Ambush!

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    Ambush!
    12x18/300dpi: Digital: 2011
    ©Todd Lockwood

    For the novel "Crown of Vengeance," By Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory.

  • Ancient Gold Dragon

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    Ancient Gold Dragon
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

  • Angel

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    Angel
    11x17: Pencil and digital: 1997
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Angel and her counterpart, Demon, were meant as part of a portfolio that the TSR art staff thought to offer at Gen Con in 1997, in which each of us would do a figure from the light side, and one from the dark side, called "Light and Shadow". In the end, printing costs deterred us, but later I took the images and created my first two digital images ever.

  • Angel of Light

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    Angel of Light
    18x23: Oils: 1999
    Original: In the collection of Daniel J. Chang ©Wizards of the Coast

    Though this was meant to be card art, it was such a compelling image that I had to paint the "whole thing". It ended up in various ads and packaging pieces and was used for a poster as well. From the 1999 Starters set.

  • Angel of Pain

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    Angel of Pain
    9x13/300: Digital: 2005
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    From the Ravnica world of Magic: The Gathering. She is one of the leaders of the pragmatically sadistic white/black coalition.

  • Angel of Renewal

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    Angel of Renewal
    9x13/300: Digital: 2015
    ©Wizards of the Coast

  • Apocalypse

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    Apocalypse
    18x24: Oils: 2000
    Original: In the collection of Pat and Jeannie Wilshire
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    This product allowed dungeon masters to destroy their world, in order to prepare their players to start anew with the new 3rd Edition rules. I thought that a rather dirty trick... but it made for a fun painting.

  • Arctic Wyrm

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    Arctic Wyrm
    10x15/300dpi: Digital: 2010
    ©Todd Lockwood

    One of a series of paintings done for the Bradford Exchange, as conceptual art for and decoration on the wings of fine art collectible figurines.

  • Aristocrat

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    Aristocrat
    9x13/300: Digital: 2005
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    From the Ravnica World of Magic: the Gathering. She is one of the Black/White ruling class, in a Magic the Gathering novel based on the Ravnica game world.

  • Armies of the Lich King

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    Armies of the Lich King
    14x22.5/300dpi: Digital: 2010
    ©Blizzard Entertainment

    It sometimes sucks to be an elf girl or a cow-person.

  • Artificer

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    Artificer
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    A natural continuation of the thought behind the Gnome Archer.

  • Athach

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    Athach
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    I think this guy was in my High School gym class. snif snif. Yup, that's him.

  • Aznar Thrul

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    Aznar Thrul
    6x10: Digital: 2001
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    One of the evil wizards of Thay, as evidence by his head tattoos and red robes.

  • Bahamut

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    Bahamut
    17x22/300dpi: Digital: 2014
    ©Todd Lockwood & Lee Moyer

    In 2014, my friend Jon Schindehette opened an invitation on his Art Order blog to all artists in honor of Jeff Easley for thirty-some years of outstanding art. I saw it as an opportunity to do two things: collaborate with my buddy Lee Moyer on two pieces of art (this one and Tiamat, also on this site), and to correct what I felt was a wrong done to the dragons of D&D— I’d always been unhappy that Wizards of the Coast didn’t let Sam Wood and me finish the pantheon of dragons for 3rd Edition by designing the Platinum King of Dragons. This is Bahamut as I would have designed him if they’d given me the chance. I drew him, Lee colored my drawing, then I gave him a final pass. I think he’s appropriately regal. What do you think?

  • Baloth

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    Baloth
    9x13/300: Digital: 2006
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    A green, grinning monster. This was more fun than is legal!

  • Barathex, Undeath's Hand

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    Barathex, Undeath's Hand
    12x17.25/300dpi: Digital: 2012
    ©Blizzard Entertainment

    I'm not sure what that title means. Is Barathex the name of Undeath? Or did Undeath name his hand Barathex?

  • Barbarian Female 1

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    Barbarian Female 1
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    Ah, Barbarian women. mmmm....

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