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  • Daybreaker

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    Daybreaker
    7.5x10/300dpi: Digital: 2007
    ©Todd Lockwood

    This was the badge art for Dragon Con in Atlanta. Considering I had four hours to paint it, it turned out pretty well! Thanks to Jen Kearey for the spiffy new title!

  • Death Loves Me

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    Death Loves Me
    14x15: Acrylics: 1995
    Original: In the Collection of Todd & Rita Lockwood
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Another commission for Carl Gnam at Realms of Fantasy magazine. The story was a haunting tale by Tanith Lee. I greatly enjoyed alluding to the tale in the frieze. The fruit in the woman's hand is a pomegranate, indicating that this is Persephone, the goddess of the underworld-Death.

  • Deceiver

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    Deceiver
    15x24/300dpi: Digital: 2010
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Cover for the book, "Deceiver," by C.J. Cherryh.

  • Deepwood

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    Deepwood
    15x24/300dpi: Digital: 2007
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Jennifer Roberson knows how to ratchet the tension up slowly and inexorably!

  • Degrees of Half-Orcdom

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    Degrees of Half-Orcdom
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    This was done as a preliminary exploration into what an orc/human hybrid might look like. It became less fluid, more codified later. But I had fun with this.

  • Delraich

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    Delraich
    9x12: Oil: 1999
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    From the Mercadian Masques Set.

  • Demon

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

    Demon and her counterepart, Angel, 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.

  • Demon Circle

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    Demon Circle
    14x15: Acrylics: 1995
    Original: $1500 ©Todd Lockwood

    My second commission for Carl Gnam at Realms of Fantasy Magazine.

  • Demonstone

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    Demonstone
    20x30/300dpi: Digital: 2004
    ©Atari

    Drizzt is everywhere, even the new Demonstone video game from Atari. But that's okay... we get along just fine.

  • Den Guard

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

    From the Mirrodin Set.

  • Despise

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    Despise
    9x12/300: Digital: 2013
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    They don't like each other. I think.

  • Devis, Half-Elven Bard

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    Devis, Half-Elven Bard
    8.5x11: Graphite: 1999
    Original: NFS
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    Jon Foster polished this concept piece up nicely for the Player's Handbook.

  • Dinner

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    Dinner
    18x24: Oils: 1997
    Original: In the collection of Victor Dricks
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    This Elven Princess is clearly not thrilled with the menu her hosts have prepared. Apologies to Norman Rockwell.

  • Disciple of Velsharoon

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    Disciple of Velsharoon
    6x10: Digital: 2001
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    An evil cleric of a truly chaotic god, from the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, as I intended her. One of the veeps had a problem with her leggings and made me turn them into pants for the actual product. "She looks like she has a naked posterior", he said. Umm... Hello: Evil! Chaotic!

  • Down the River

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    Down the River
    15x20: Acrylics: 1993
    ©Todd Lockwood

    This was, perhaps, the painting that launched my sci-fi/fantasy career. When the original artist was unable to complete this assignment for Asimov's, I was suggested by my rep in New York. The art director was very happy, and the rest is history.

  • Draconomicon

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    Draconomicon
    20x30: Oils: 2003
    Original: In the collection of Benny Hsieh
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    Cover for the book of dragons, the last product I worked on during my time as a staff artist for Wizards of the Coast.

  • Draenei Paladin

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    Draenei Paladin
    9x13/300dpi: Digital: 2010
    ©Blizzard Entertainment

    Draenei Paladin... is that somehow wrong?

  • Dragon Dish

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    Dragon Dish
    16x20: Acrylics: 1985
    Original: In the collection of Todd & Rita Lockwood
    ©Todd Lockwood

    One of the few pieces from my advertising days that I still own or care at all for. It had a dragon in it! What can I say? Opportunities to paint dragons for Madison Avenue are rare.

  • Dragon Mountain

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    Dragon Mountain
    12x20/300dpi: Digital: 2005
    ©Todd Lockwood

    Cover for the DAW Books Omnibus edition combining Jennifer Roberson's novels Sword-Maker and Sword-Breaker, chronicling the further adventures of Tiger and Del. Tiger's sword has acquired a nasty inhabitant...

  • Dragon of Despair

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    Dragon of Despair
    9x14/300dpi: Digital: 2010
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    Look to the skies and despair.

  • Dragon Strike

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    Dragonstrike
    30x30: Oils: 1997
    Original: Contact me
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    The dragons in Dragonlance Fifth Age were huge...

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  • Dragonfire

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    Dragonfire
    8x22/300dpi: Digital: 2006
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    A red dragon demonstrates to people in flimsy costumes why they should hide behind large stone pillars.

  • Dragonlance

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    Dragonlance
    22x30: Oils: 1999
    Original: In the collection of Rich Kaalas
    ©Wizards of the Coast

    This painting was done for the Dragonlance Fifteenth Anniversary game product, and was so well received that it was used for the cover of the Annotated Dragonlance Chronicles as well. It won Best of Show at Dragon Con in '99, the Chesley for best Gaming Related Art, and appears in Spectrum 6.

  • Dragonne

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

    Awww. Idnit cuddly?? Here lil fella…
    AAAAIIIIGGHHH!!!!(munch munch munch)

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