#Art of Fantasy 99 (Legends): Manuel Sanjulian

Born in 1941 in Barcelona, Manuel Sanjulián started his career illustrating comics for Josep Toutain's art agency Selecciones Ilustrades. During the 1970s Sanjulián illustrated a couple of movie adaptations and a comic serial in Cimoc magazine. His work began to capture the right people's attention and he flourished in the British market, later working for publishers … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 99 (Legends): Manuel Sanjulian

#Art of Fantasy 98 (Legends): Clyde Caldwell

Today's legend  brings back many memories of reading and playing Dungeons & Dragons and, of course, of half-naked woman warriors I drooled over as a teenager with equal parts wonder and guilt. Clyde Caldwell is a 40-year veteran of the industry who contributed to the golden age of fantasy with his work on Dungeons and Dragons. He … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 98 (Legends): Clyde Caldwell

#Art of Fantasy 26: Amanda Sartor

A.M.Sartor is a freelance illustrator from Seattle, WA. Although traditionally trained as a children's book illustrator, she has several game credits on her resumé. According to Sartor, her style is 'greatly influenced by works from the Golden Age of Illustration, Ukiyo-e, and contemporary pop surrealism.' She uses a mix of traditional and digital media and … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 26: Amanda Sartor