Anthony Sini - Tales of the Flying Mountains, 1971.

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Anthony Sini, Tales of the Flying Mountains, 1971

October 26, 2017 Frank Frazetta
October 11, 2017 Starblazer magazine covers
November 21, 2017 Uncredited

cyberclays: Queen of Static - bookcover - by Leon Tukker “A bookcover made for sci fi and fantasy writer Matthew Kressel”

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January 25, 2018 Gray Morrow
February 14, 2018 Ilene Meyer, 1984

ivangarciaillustration: Working on a Star Wars commission….a Corellian corvette involved :)My sites main blog - site - etsy- facebook - tumblr - instagram -blogger -twitter -deviant

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November 19, 2017 John Eaves
February 17, 2018 Harry Harrison, 1978
December 28, 2017 Angus McKie
December 16, 2017 Paul Alexander, 1978
January 18, 2018 Peter Andrew Jones
February 6, 2016 Alex Cyberaeon

jasenlex: ISOLATED COMIC BOOK PANEL #2079title: CAPTAIN AMERICA ANNUAL #3 - P26:2artist: JACK KIRBYyear: 1976

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April 4, 2015
October 22, 2017 Steinar Lund 1980
February 16, 2016
November 1, 2017 Gilbert Williams, 1977
November 14, 2017 Starblazer, Sep. 1979.
June 28, 2016
November 1, 2017 Frank Frazetta

martinlkennedy: Vincent Di Fate ‘Pegasus in Space’ (2000). Image from The Science Fiction Art of Vincent Di Fate (2002)

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January 27, 2018 Frank Frazetta
December 28, 2017 Rodney Matthews

quarkmaster: Star Wars Rebellion Box Art This is a big one! Art done for FFG’s galactic scale Star Wars themed boardgame. It’s one of the largest box art I’ve done to date if not the largest (and the longest) but it was nonetheless quite satisfying to see the end product. Art Director: Zoe Robinson Used under authorization and copyright of Lucasfilm Ltd. Published by Fantasy Flight Games Darren Tan

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crisbrolo: Heads Up. An Ironman inspired photo series where I experimented in combining glamour portraiture with Sci-Fi conceptualism in order to create a Heads-Up-Display for each color of the rainbow. The virtual interfaces were not constructed randomly. Each suit display was designed uniquely to fit that suit’s specific function.  Monarch (Red) - Interstellar Flight   Paladin (Orange) - Heavy Weapons   Vulcan (Yellow) - HazMat   Jackal (Green) - Ground Combat   Mark 9 (Blue) - Air Combat  Ge...

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July 21, 2015
February 22, 2015 Armand, 1950s.
February 18, 2016 Christopher Doll