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Post Posted: Sun Jan 07, 2007 3:46 pm 
 

zhowar wrote:
That's what I thought, too. But why would they put the ruined moathouse from T1 on the cover of T2: Temple of Elemental Evil? It makes more sense for a module including T1 (either a revised T1 or a compilation like T1-4). Of course, perhaps this is why they ended up going with a different painting when T1-4 actually came out.

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Post Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 2:15 am 
 

Noble Knight sold the Legends & Lore cover art to Mark Tremonti, formerly of Creed.  Aaron is the owner of the original Deities and Demigods cover art, and says he'd trade it for a new Ferrari and nothing less.  I don't blame him...

  


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Post Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 5:37 am 
 

VermilionFire wrote:Noble Knight sold the Legends & Lore cover art to Mark Tremonti, formerly of Creed.  Aaron is the owner of the original Deities and Demigods cover art, and says he'd trade it for a new Ferrari and nothing less.  I don't blame him...

Any chance of Aaron offering just a picture of the original Deities & Demigods to be posted?
I'd like to see how much was cropped off.
I've got a pic of the original painting to Legends & Lore.


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Post Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 11:44 am 
 

kevin mayle wrote:Could you check to see which one of those were drawn by Tracy Lesch and who drew the other?


The Tracy Lesch cover is the one on the left, the 1st printing.  The art credits on the inside are C. Lesch, T. Lesch, J. Seaton and K. Batey.

In the second print, I don't see a signature anywhere on the cover art and inside it does not specify who did the cover.  The illustrators for the 2nd print include the original 4 above and add D. Sutherland, D. Trampier, and D. Nolte.

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Post Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 6:38 pm 
 

Mars wrote:
The Tracy Lesch cover is the one on the left, the 1st printing.  The art credits on the inside are C. Lesch, T. Lesch, J. Seaton and K. Batey.

In the second print, I don't see a signature anywhere on the cover art and inside it does not specify who did the cover.  The illustrators for the 2nd print include the original 4 above and add D. Sutherland, D. Trampier, and D. Nolte.


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Post Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:56 pm 
 

kevin mayle wrote:Any chance of Aaron offering just a picture of the original Deities & Demigods to be posted?
I'd like to see how much was cropped off.


Aaron said there's no displacement, it's all there on the cover.

  


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Post Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 3:07 pm 
 

kevin mayle wrote:Thanks but Mars answered it 6 posts up. Though if you do have them, could you check to see which one of those were drawn by Tracy Lesch and who drew the other? .


Oops, missed the post, sorry. :oops:

He even answered the question, wow he is fast... :lol:

  


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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:30 pm 
 

VermilionFire wrote:
Aaron said there's no displacement, it's all there on the cover.


Well that's good. I'd still love to see a pic though.

This is my guess at how much was cropped from Monster Manual.
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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 7:17 pm 
 

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Oops, missed the post, sorry. :oops:

He even answered the question, wow he is fast... :lol:


I've organized my collection of the digest sized books so I can find things now :)  The full sized ones still need some work though.

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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 11:20 pm 
 

brute wrote:Wow, those paintings (DMG and AC5) are AWESOME!!! Thanks for posting. Does anyone have server space they would temporarily dedicate to hosting the full res image of them (esp AC5) for download? Apologies in advance if this is not a legal request...

With permission from the two guys who edited the photos to correct the perspective, I'd be happy to put both of these in the Artwork Museum on the site.

Additionally, if anyone knows more of the particulars (how big they are, what the medium was, any other places either artwork appeared other than DMG and AC5), I'll include that info as well.

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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 11:36 pm 
 

Foul - you certainly have my permission to host the AC5 picture I posted above.  However, the original file I have is ~9x6 inches with a resolution of only 72 pixels / inch. I think the resolution is that low because of the source material - I was working with an auction photo that was posted here (or Ebay? I can't remember as I did this a while ago).

I hosted this file on tinypic.com in order to post it in the thread above. When I drag the image back to my desktop, the copy is the same size as the one I already have. So I think what you are seeing is the best I have.

Does anyone remember who has the original?


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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 11:37 pm 
 

zhowar wrote:
Does anyone remember who has the original?


I was under the impression that Paul has the original DMG, does he not?


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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 11:38 pm 
 

Bclarkie: I meant the AC5 - I'm sorry I wasn't clear.

Paul also asked me if I had a higher resolution picture of the AC5.  :D

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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 11:41 pm 
 

He does.  I'll ask him for the specifics I mentioned above.

Both pics were sufficient for my purposes; I've limited the scans to either 700 pixels wide, or 585 tall, whichever comes first.  I just now resized both pics, and they only had to be enlarged a slight amount.

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Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 3:04 am 
 

FoulFoot wrote:With permission from the two guys who edited the photos to correct the perspective, I'd be happy to put both of these in the Artwork Museum on the site.

Additionally, if anyone knows more of the particulars (how big they are, what the medium was, any other places either artwork appeared other than DMG and AC5), I'll include that info as well.

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Here are my pics that you can use.
DMG by DCSIII.

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AC5 by Caldwell. This has also been color corrected for vibrancy.
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This is a comparison of the cover to D1-2 by Roslof and his remake 25 years later.
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Dungeon! by Roslof.
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The 6 Dungeon! prototypes. Each image has been straightened out, color corrected and some paint splotches have been removed.
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This is the original art for the back cover to S2 blended with the module pic at the top, where it was missing.
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The UK Basic Set by John Blanche.
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And last but not least are 11 Easleys.
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I also have a bunch of Elmores that I'll have ready soon.

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Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 9:42 am 
 

kevin mayle wrote:
This is the original art for the back cover to S2 blended with the module pic at the top, where it was missing.
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Wow. I had no idea Willingham originally intended to have a woman grabbing his leg! Is that Cymoril or Zarozinia?

Where did you find the picture of that art?

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Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 11:26 am 
 

zhowar wrote:Wow. I had no idea Willingham originally intended to have a woman grabbing his leg! Is that Cymoril or Zarozinia?

Where did you find the picture of that art?


http://www.fabletown.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=435
It looks like the pic from my post in that thread was removed.
So I'll post it here.

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Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 12:30 pm 
 

zhowar wrote:Wow. I had no idea Willingham originally intended to have a woman grabbing his leg! Is that Cymoril or Zarozinia?

Where did you find the picture of that art?


That really is an awesome Willingham piece!

  
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