Otus / Dee / Roslof / Holloway art for Goodman Games
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Post Posted: Thu Nov 29, 2007 2:42 pm 
 

That's looking like a bad link I posted above ... here's a working link to Erol's 11 DCC covers:

http://gallery.mac.com/dukestermail#100034

BTW, those covers can be downloaded; also, any interested parties can subscribe to the site via RSS and be updated to any changes I make to it. A project of mine for this year is to get a lot of Erol's art categorized in similar fashion.

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Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 10:10 pm 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:Whoops, missed one for Erol ... he's actually painted 11 DCC covers. Woot!

Here's the updated figures for other classic TSR artists (covers only, with DCC #'s in parentheses):

Jeff Dee: 4 (19, 24, 36, 44)
Jim Roslof: 3 (28, 29, 43)
Jim Holloway: 3 (1, 2, 49)

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Some notes for the uber-DCC collectors: I'm not giving Erol credit for #3.5, as it's the same painting ... Holloway was not the original artist for the first two releases; those are second printings ... Holloway has at least one back-cover credit, and possibly more.


Jim Holloway had the front cover for the third printing of DCC#1 (Rat King), the front cover for the second printing of DCC#2 (Tsazthar Rho), the front cover of the first printing of DCC#49 (Palace in the Wastes), and the back cover of DCC#21 (Assault on Strombringer Castle).  That's it for now, hopefully there will be more!


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Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 10:12 pm 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:That's looking like a bad link I posted above ... here's a working link to Erol's 11 DCC covers:

http://gallery.mac.com/dukestermail#100034

BTW, those covers can be downloaded; also, any interested parties can subscribe to the site via RSS and be updated to any changes I make to it. A project of mine for this year is to get a lot of Erol's art categorized in similar fashion.

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(For anyone interested in the tech part of it: that's iPhoto's Web Gallery feature you're looking at)


Neat page! Mr. Otus sure has a way with colors!  8)


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Post Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2008 3:37 am 
 

Umm ... wait a second here. Does this look like Erol's art?

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Do I need to put down the crack pipe ... or is that just not Erol? EO did the cover for the original release, so I'm wondering if they just copied-and-pasted some erroneous information here.

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Post Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2008 6:44 pm 
 

Xaxaxe wrote:Umm ... wait a second here. Does this look like Erol's art?

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Do I need to put down the crack pipe ... or is that just not Erol? EO did the cover for the original release, so I'm wondering if they just copied-and-pasted some erroneous information here.


I believe the artist for that module is Jason Edwards - looks like his work anyway. Erol Otus did the cover of the regular release. New artwork for new release, I guess.


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Post Posted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 4:25 am 
 

Deogolf wrote:
I believe the artist for that module is Jason Edwards - looks like his work anyway. Erol Otus did the cover of the regular release. New artwork for new release, I guess.


You are right. Very interesting artwork ! I like it very much.
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Link to Jason Edwards website :
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