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Hand-painted Non-digital Art

All illustrations in Sorcery are hand-painted using traditional mediums such as oil, acrylic, water color paintings, pen and pencil, or a mix of all the various media. This creates a very authentic and varied feel within the art, made during the golden age of fantasy.

All artists retain copyright of their own work for things like prints and playmats and many original art pieces from the game are available for purchase directly from the artists.

Artists with distinct personal styles have been chosen to make all cards iconic and memorable. The art in Sorcery embraces the varied art styles and mediums to create a wider breadth of art. In other words the art is designed to be eye-catching and instantly recognizable across the room. 

Among the 35 artists that worked on Sorcery, there are older and legendary fantasy and RPG artists, veteran card game artists, metal album cover artists, card alter artists and many up-and-coming artists.

Andrea Modesti

Michal Nagypal

Drew Tucker

Melissa Benson

Anson Maddocks

Francesca Baerald

Vasiliy Ermolaev

Severine Pineaux

Jeff Menges

Vincent Pompetti

Dan Seagrave

Gadu Duaso

Lindsey Crummett

Brian Smith

Ossi Hiekkala

Matt Tames

Raffaela Cech

Elwira Pawlikowska

Doug Kovacs

Marta Molina

Liz Danforth

Anthony P. Szczudlo

Elvira Shakirova

Jeff Easley

Rodney Matthews

Alan Pollack

Truitt Parrish

Mattias Frisk

Ian Miller

Santiago Caruso

Jussi Pylkäs

Margaret Organ-kean

Caio Calazans

Adam Burke

 


 

(in chronological order, first to last in joining the project)

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