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Hey everyone. This is the illustration for the "InnoGames" is big German company of browser games and aren't only!
Copyright InnoGames GmbH.
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I've done it for the "InnoGames"!
Copyright InnoGames GmbH.
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I've done it for "Tribal wars" from"InnoGames"!
Copyright InnoGames GmbH.
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An illustration for "Les Ombres d'Esteren", a french RPG (avaible end 2009 ).
There is still some details to fix, done in photoshop
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Old painting..
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Another illo from "les Ombres d'Esteren".
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Photoshop
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Photoshop

Commission art,
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Painted with Photoshop
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Personal work mainly made for practice.
All done in photoshop.
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Illustration made for Trynet.pl
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Illustrations made for Trynet.pl
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This is an illustration done for Medieval Warfare Magazine, a dutch publication. It depicts a battle between the lightly armed but battle-hardened Almogavars of the infamous Catalan Company and the French Knights of the Duchy of Athens. Guess who won.

You can read about the battle here. >> [link]

And if any of you are interested you can check out the magazine here. Its a very interesting magazine if you're in to medieval history. >> [link]
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Another illustration done for Medieval Warfare Magazine a few months back.

This is the battle of Kutna Hora fought in a cold winter night between the Hussites, led by the famous commander, Jan Zizka, and the combined Hungarian and German coalition led by King Sigismund of Hungary (also soon to be Holy Roman Emperor). As you will notice the Hussites were a primarily infantry force based around the tactic of using war wagons as a bastion against enemy heavy cavalry assaults, a tactic Jan Zizka used to devastating effect and hence made popular among medieval armies of the European east. Here The Hungarians and Germans are caught off guard as Jan Zizka conducts an offensive push to break through the royalist forces which have surrounded his own.

You can read more about the battle here >> [link]

Its was also interesting to read about the Hussite heresy and how it came about and why the Church was adamantly against them. There was even a letter sent by Saint Jeanne d'Arc to the Hussites threatening them with extermination if they did not renounce their heresy and embrace Catholic orthodoxy. Of course in such wars there's also always a whole lot of local politics involved which drove the conflict.

Hope you guys enjoy this piece :)

And if any of you are interested you can check out the magazine here. Its a very interesting magazine if you're in to medieval history. >> [link]
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Another painting I did for Medieval Warfare Magazine back in 2012.

If you're a Brit who know his/her history, I assume you'll probably recognize the knight in red. Son of the famous crusader of the same name, Simon de Monfort was one of the founders of parliamentary democracy in England and leader of the Second Baron's War. Here he faces against Gilbert de Clare, fighting under the banner of Prince Edward(future King Edward I "Longshanks"), in the Battle of Evesham where he was eventually killed.

More info on the battle here >> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_o…

For those interested you can check out the magazine here. Its a very interesting magazine if you're in to medieval history. >> [link]
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Travelers and soldiers relax at the end of a long march.

Yeah yeah yeah, tobacco wasn't introduced into Europe until about 1518, but, like, pipe smoking is awesome.
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Bam! Another castle! I worked on this just a bit too long for it to be a speed-painting, but it went pretty fast nonetheless. I swear, landscapes are so much more easy than architecture.

I was inspired by the illustrations that can be seen on the loading screens of The Witcher. I wish I knew who the artist was; does anybody know where I can find his portfolio?
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Another view of the castle you've seen before [link]

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(c)2010 Jon Hodgson
Ooo! Just saw this one out and about on the net - another cover for Ulisses Spiele. I had some fun with this one.

Artrage, Photoshop
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(C)2008 Paizo Publishing

A piece from A Guide to Katapesh. This city sits at the foot of a high mountain pass. One of my favourite pieces I've painted in recent times.

Artrage, Painter, Photoshop.
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2010 Jon Hodgson

Lake-town for The One Ring rpg from Sophisticated Games and Cubicle 7.

"Since the great days of old, when a powerful realm of Northmen stretched far from the Lonely Mountain, there has been a city upon the Long Lake. Grown out of a small community born along its western shore, the village of Esgaroth became a trading port when families of merchants decided to move there from Dale. They built warehouses, and great residences to live in and closely follow the coming and going of their goods. For many years thereafter the boats of the Lake-men were seen going up and down the river, their holds filled with gold and their decks crowded with warriors in armour,
ready to bring war to distant lands."


Artrage, Painter, PS.
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...the last Magyar raid...
Painted for Medieval Warfare Magazine
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An illustration of a Teutonic brother knight done for a historical magazine. It was such a pleasure to work on a subject I privately find so interesting.
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Done for a historical magazine
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Illustration for website.
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For MMORPG "Lords & Heroes".
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15 century arms.
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illustrations for nextgen game project (kylotonn)
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illustration for nextgen game project (kylotonn)
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