There are a handful of third-party modules and supplements that feature reprints of some of my work, the first of which I am sharing today. I have been aware of them for a while (as most seem to have been released in 2017), but I recently tracked them all down as best I could to see what was used and if I could obtain a copy. Unfortunately, these particular products do not have physical versions. That said, I investigated to see if I could get details and screenshots of my work in the various products. Today I have for you the first of these 5E supplements, the Return of the Lizard King. To start things off, here is a look at the cover.
As far as I can tell, I have a single piece that has made an encore appearance, and that is the Lizardfolk that I created for Volo's Guide to Monsters in 2016. It is not lost on me that 2016 was seven years ago, but it seems like I was working on this painting yesterday. This was, is, and will likely continue to be a favorite piece of mine and a full-circle moment for me with D&D. Here is my final painting for the Lizardfolk.
I have no idea how the licensing works with WotC, D&D, and third-party products, but it is fun to see stuff pop up in unexpected places. At least I was credited, so I could learn that my work was in the supplement. Here is a look at my art on the page of this product.
That is all for another exciting week on the blog. See you back here on Monday! Until then...