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Jason Manley Interviewed

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by NewsPro, Jul 26, 2000.

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    (Originally posted by Sorcerer)

    The brilliant artist whose work on Icewind Dale we all know and love has been interviewed by H'rothgar of Ice Winds of Dale.

    Portraits inspiration:
    I look at a lot of paintings from the 19th century. I am inspired by artists such as William Bouguereau, John Singer Sargent, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Jean Leon Gerome, The Pre-Raphaelites, Odd Nerdrum and even sculpters such as Rodin. As a kid, Larry Elmore and Kieth Parkinson were favorites. I feel like they really gave the D&D world the look that people expect and look for. There are others but they stick out to me right now. I look at the current people doing book covers as well. To be honest, I pull most of my ideas out of my previous studies drawing from life (light studies and color studies as well as figure drawing) and Art History.
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