Rockin’ Desert Spear Fan Art

Have I mentioned how much I love Google Alerts? For all the thousands of pirate download sources for my books that leave me sour and annoyed, it brings me gems like this that make it all worthwhile.

Longtime readers may recall a piece of fan art I posted eighteen months ago or so by a young  artist from the UK, Nicadom, who had just finished reading The Painted Man and was feeling inspired:

Well, just the other day, google pointed me to a new piece from Nic, this one based on a scene from The Desert Spear:

Not only is this awesome in and of itself, but it’s also really amazing to watch Nic’s skill and talent grow. This digital painting is kickass. Thanks, Nic!

OK, enough bloggery. Back to The Daylight War

Posted on December 13, 2010 at 2:40 pm by PeatB
Filed under Desert Spear, Fan Art, Fans, Warded Art

5 responses to “Rockin’ Desert Spear Fan Art”

  1. stunning! love it.

    Posted by Blake Charlton, on December 13th, 2010 at 2:43 pm
  2. Truly talented! I love the lighting in the pictures. And the angles. Great art here.

    Those would definitely be art pieces I would like to keep in my den or library, if I where the author. ;D

    Posted by Melissa (My words and pages), on December 13th, 2010 at 2:47 pm
  3. Awesome fan art!

    Posted by Elisa, on December 13th, 2010 at 3:17 pm
  4. Ooooh, purrrrdy! It’s kind’ve awesome seeing how other folk imagine the worlds your words bring to life – noticing similarities and differences.

    Awesome fan-art man!

    Posted by Elicius, on December 14th, 2010 at 9:35 am
  5. There are so, so many talented artists out there on the web – I find it incredible when I visit Deviant Art for example that half of these guys are sitting in their rooms just making professional standard work as a hobby… It’s great to see that they put so many hours in for pure enjoyment.

    Some really awesome pictures and it just helps bring Painted Man & Desert Spear to life in other ways 🙂

    Posted by Fantasy Faction, on December 16th, 2010 at 1:08 am