I did this pic for a Magic: The Gathering card in the Innistrad set. The card name is Disciple of Griselbrand. There are some sweet pieces being made for Innistrad so keep it on your radar. You can read more on it here. While I experimented with more dynamic compositions and am a fan of them, this simple take proved to say it best. Nothing flashy, just a twisted priest having his daily chant over the sacred altar in a creepy room. Of course, the chance to paint skin tones in lime green is always nice.
A vertical image for Magic?? Yes, sir. She will be one of two full art promo cards for the release of the M15 Core Set. The brief called for "a female elf shaman. Her costuming is that of a shaman - silk robes, feathered head-dress, magical staff." She also just had a conflict with a stone golem who now lies in ruins at her feet.
Created for the Gatecrash set of Magic: The Gathering. This is personally one of my favorite pieces I've created for Magic. It came out close to what I imagined and I learned more about lighting and painting metal in the process.