Cutting Things Down to Size by jeasley

Cutting Things Down to Size

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Added: Feb 07, 2004
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ming1918's picture

This is D&D
Having the chance to express all the admiration i feel for your works,well, it's no price
You,Elmore and Caldwell have introduced and guided me thoroughout the years in the D&D world
Thank you
M

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Thanks for putting this up. I created a character based on this piece as a kid and went looking for it now, when I decided to recreate her. Brings back good memories.

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Ummmmm, exactly WHAT is she cutting down to size? I love your work, not only for the talent, but for the humor. Patter

johnryanbyrd's picture

I first saw this peice in 1988 when I bought the Brand new 2nd Edition Dungeons Masters guide, and it was my favorite peice in the entire book, I just loved the way the club was all chopped into bits and the painting had a story behind it. Great work, and its really great to see it again right here on epilogue.

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you used a blender, correct?
its so hard to tell from the picture, it loses its original look in transition, but it does look stunning(cant see the brush strokes is what im getting at)

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I remember this from "Art of Dungeons and Dragons".I always wanted to do work of this caliber.I'm currently working on a piece worthy of posting here.Hopefully I'll make the grade!Thank you for sharing your art with the world,it's an honor to post a comment with you!

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I remember this from "Art of Dungeons and Dragons".I always wanted to do work of this caliber.I'm currently working on a piece worthy of posting here.Hopefully I'll make the grade!Thank you for sharing your art with the world,it's an honor to post a comment with you!

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I remember this from "Art of Dungeons and Dragons".I always wanted to do work of this caliber.I'm currently working on a piece worthy of posting here.Hopefully I'll make the grade!Thank you for sharing your art with the world,it's an honor to post a comment with you!

j-art's picture

ohhhhh -wooooweeeeee - what a spectacular work of art here - a real feast for the eyes!!!! - thanks for posting, i can learn just by looking at this piece - wow!!!!!!!!!!

sedone's picture

Wow, Jeff Easley! I've always loved this picture, ever since I first saw it in seventh grade. Your work's been quite an inspiration.

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Hey there, I have to say that I love this pic. It reminds me of my brother-in-law and his girlfriend. Anyhoo, I saw this painting for the first time in some really old D&D books and it was a very pleasant surprise to see it here! Great work man. Keep it coming!

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Great work

sdeanbloom's picture

This was always one of my favorites of yours. Love it!

paczkowski's picture

It's a reall pleasure to look on so outstanding quality artwork.

goddessart's picture

Very fun piece!

swisnie's picture

Jeff, great painting. The giants hands and feet are outstanding! I love to see realistic work that isn't photorealism.

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A fun painting of beauty winning over beast - great artwork that deserves recognition.

kiara's picture

I like her arms Smile
This picture reminds me of when I started playing RPGs with my friends: those great illustrations in the books where so fasicnating!
When I first saw this pic I thought:"One day I would love to be able to paint like this"

bcorbett67's picture

Welcome to Epilogue Jeff - I saw the name, and thought nah, it can't be - but here you are!! Great picture!! Congrats on and incredibly deserved Editors pic Smile

Art at its best.