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A rare glimpse of "Dancedozer, the Incredible Hulk's fetish night persona" out clubbing. A brilliant and thumpy remix-mash-up of "Total Eclipse of the Heart," and "Turbo Lover" is currently blaring. I didn't even think it could be done.

You should see what Thor is wearing...

For Magic: the Gathering, copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art direction by Jeremy Jarvis

Fist spike things by "Repurposed Mining Gear and Superfreaky Novelties Inc."
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Liliana illustrates, with little room for misinterpretation, what she thinks of uninvited carolers at her door.

And you know these folks probably had decent singing voices, being angels and all.

I went a little nuts researching bird anatomy for this piece. I’d always wondered just how an angel could be built to actually work. This is the first step, a plausible skeleton. Since then, I’ve been tinkering with designs that would look functional, but not too weird once the skin and such was put back on them. These ones would be mighty pigeon-chested. (I know, corny choice of words. Look, there’s just no better descriptive term. Stop yelling! I’m sorry! Don’t hit me!)

For Magic the Gathering. Copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art directed by Jeremy Jarvis.

Angels courtesy of “No Questions Asked Bizarre Engagements Escort Service.” Even though we purchased the premium insurance/replacement package, they were still peeved with the condition we brought them back in.
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I'm not sure what more I can say about our burninating mistress of conflagration. She inflames her enemies, and our hearts. With passion and freckles, she singes our sensibilities, and we can't help but harbor a smouldering ember of affection, even if we're on the wrong side of her firestorm.

I've always wondered, does she smell like a cedarwood campfire? I really hope that she doesn't smell like burning hair. Though it would make sense, what with the ...burning hair.

I've never had the guts to find out by asking her to power up during a photo shoot. Partially, it's the fear of torching the studio, and partially it's that I may not be able to resist the urge to poke marshmallows at her head.

For Magic the Gathering, copyright Wizards of the Coast.

Special thanks to the Utah County Fire Dept. Who, after several incidents with my Chandra photoshoots, know me by name. Though they've recently honored me with a nickname of "Stevo A. McBastardassface."
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Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord
MTG Dual Deck: Izzet vs. Golgari
©2012 Wizards of the Coast LLC.
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I'm often asked where I draw my inspiration from, or how I get my ideas, that sort of thing. I'll tell you. I steal them. My one and only true inspiration came in the form of a thought-stealing machine, which I named "Kleptykins," and now abuse at every opportunity. I use it so much that the power company sends thugs about once a week to tell me to knock it off.

This particular piece was stolen one night from Indiana Jones' Ambien-and-whiskey nightmares. After this point in the dream, it got... weird.

You'd think I'd use this magnificent machine to amass a collection of terrible secrets of powerful people, and be filthy rich from blackmail tributes. I guess stealing all my ideas has caused my cleverness lobes to atrophy. Anyway, I'm going to get back to pointing this thing at Hollywood and laughing.

For Magic the Gathering, copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art direction by Jeremy Jarvis.

Snakes provided by "Pulled Out O' the Plumbin' Pawn and Peculiars." No animals were harmed in the creation of this painting. We did that before and after.

Oh, and check out my quasi-journal-post for sketches and some additional chatter. [link]
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He is a very bad man. With very good abs.

A lot of people collect. They collect books, figurines, or babies. Here in Utah, baby collecting is huge. Babies, oppressiveness, and crazy.

But nobody collects quite as gruesomely as our Nathan Explosion body-double here.

Not pictured: Curiously, he also collects Care-Bear paraphenalia.

For Magic the Gathering, copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art direction by Jeremy Jarvis.

Man-cages built by "No Questions Asked Fabricators: Discretely supplying reprobates wretched mischievy since 1823."
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Damia, Sage of Stone, and Hoarder Supreme.

It has been suggested that sexy, strong, potentially dangerous women with insane hair are what I'm becoming known for. So I decided to do this as a wild departure from that, to show my vast versatility and inventiveness.

Oh wait… Damn it.
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Failure of breaking character aside, this was a really fun piece to work on. I know this will sound silly, what with a gorgon vixen in a plunging dress right there, front and center: but I really got into painting those bottles and jars. I even did research, and learned how to tell when and where old bottles were made. Yes, I've become that boring.

For the astute, or those with ridiculously excessive free-time/boredom: Easter-eggs abound in this piece. Not just from Magic, but also Dungeons and Dragons, Legend of the Five Rings, and Star Wars.


For Magic: the Gathering. Copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art directed by Jeremy Jarvis.

Throne by "Conquer in Comfort Tyrant Outfitters."
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So here we see the Chosen of Markov, fully transfigured into an even-hotter, wearing lesser, supercharged vixen of the night. I was wrong in my earlier post about her. This is worth it. Apparently getting bitten by Markov is better than having a personal Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Hollywood personal trainer, Cosmo makeup artist, and desperately lonely Photoshop hermit.

Evidently vampirism does have its perks.

It's like she's saying "gaze upon me, and know that I'm the iconic sex-symbol you'll never live up to."

For Magic the Gathering, copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art direction by Jeremy Jarvis.

The model for this piece would like to mention that she is hot, her boobs are real, and that you should all send her $5. Yes, she really said this.
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Done for card game Magic: The Gathering, Innistrad expansion set.

High quality archival prints of this image can be found here:
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Sheoldred, Evile Creepstress Extraordinaire, sucking the essence from an unfortunate Mirrodinian, who's only crime was to be foolish enough to inquire after the sign outside, "Free Whatever it is that Delicious Humanoids Like!"

The model described having her soul devoured as "kind of hot, tickly, and slippery like a bubble bath! ... But also horror braided with agony and pure despair, indescribable by the feebleness of words. Can I get my $20 and go now?"

For Magic: the Gathering. Copyright Wizards of the Coast. Art directed by Jeremy Jarvis.

Special thanks to Lady Gaga for lending me her as-yet-unrevealed "spider-minotaur demoness" dress, made entirely out of the shattered dreams of orphans.
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