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Frost Arc

World of Warcraft trading game card artwork.
Acrylic on board, approx 15" x 11.5"
Original artwork SOLD.

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"Mighty fists of ice!."

This image was about achieving astrong silhouette to the figure that owuld contrats with the blues of the ice and background. The contrasting beard and ruddy face bring focus.
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Scarlet Champion

World of Warcraft trading game card artwork.
Acrylic on board, approx 15" x 11.5"
Original artwork SOLD.

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"None shall pass."

I chose a low viewpoint and strong perspective to imbue the figure with more power, also reinforced by an almost symmetrical, design, feel offset by the contrasting huge hammer.

Additionally the saturated colours of the figure work nicely against the more subdued background.
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The Dwarves in marching order, singing hymns of battle.
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Made with a Super Sculpey-Fimo mix. Acrylic paint.

14 cm / 5 inch 1/2 long
4 cm / 2 inch top

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Faite avec un mix de Super-Sculpey-Fimo. Peinture acrylique.

14 cm / 5 po 1/2 de long
4 cm / 2 po de haut


Don't reuse, repost, etc please.

Art by me.
Onyxia belong to Blizzard Entertainment.
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Eye of Command. Artwork created for the World of Warcraft TCG. One of the few art pieces I've painted in oil. Original painting belongs to Cory Jones.

Print available for purchase on glennrane.com
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So it's been a while since I've uploaded anything and this is why. I have been working on this scultpure for far too long!

This is my draenei priest Lourdes, it's a kind of a tribute/farewell piece as I haven't played WoW for quite some time. It's also the first time I've tried a humanoid figure and clothing and man, did I learn a lot! I'm just glad it's done now. Phew.

The outfit is kind of based on the Raiments of the Divine, a robe I was after for ages and never got :( Typical. The staff is just a green one from somewhere in the game. I was going to make Benediction but I figured I had enough on my plate already.

Made from Super Sculpey and Sculpey Firm, with weak areas reinforced with Apoxie Sculpt. Painted with acrylics.
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Beyond Menzoberranzan

Illustration for 'Menzoberranzan: City of Intrigue'.
©Wizards of the Coast.

Acrylic, Approx 23" x 21"

Original artwork for sale: SOLD

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"Any human eyes witnessing the twisted form of that city soon wished they hadn't when they saw the horrors within..."

I really enjoyed painting this epic scene showing the underground city and its denizens.

I chose a low a horizon line and 3-point perspective to help with the impression of awesome scale. The eye is drawn to the centre by the 'train track' cavern walls which contrast with the strong central vertical silhouetted by the central light.

The palette is fairly desaturated against the glowing green lichen, which helps give depth and lead the gaze around.
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The Dungeon Master

Illustration for 'Into The Unknown'.
©Wizards of the Coast.

Acrylic, Approx 19.5" x 25"

Original artwork for sale: SOLD
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"You may think you control your own destiny adventurers, but really...'

I had great fun imagining the Illithid's (mind flayer) lair, aan his dungeon plan laid out before him. The perspective adds drama and interest, whilst the saturated light sources pull the eye around the image.

This painting was also jury selected for inclusion in Spectrum 19.
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Malfurion Stormrage

World of Warcraft trading game card artwork.
Acrylic on board, approx 14" x 20"
Original artwork SOLD.

Copyright Blizzard

I chose a low viewpoint and forced perspective to make Malfurion more imposing and dramatic.

You can read all about my process, including progress shots, on my blog:
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quick livestream painting I did , about 1.5 hours. Just something rough and simple. Exploring different ways of paintings ; )
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