The Art of Brom

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 8/1/2013
  • Publisher: Flesk Publications
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Brom has collected together the very best of his art spanning his 30 year career. Many pieces have never before been published. Brom has written an insightful autobiography sharing his artistic journey from his earliest childhood drawings, his frustrations with commercial art, challenges breaking into the industry, to his years working in games and film, and insights into his latest personal works.

Brom’s art is a harmony of extremes: dark and beautiful, haunting and inspiring, majestic and raw. The Art of Brom is equally diverse. Here are images made iconic through his illustrated novels and his work in film and games.

Many of the book’s images, including those previously published, have been rescanned from the original artwork, and color-corrected by the artist himself, ensuring meticulous reproduction quality. Furthermore, this collection is designed by Brom allowing him the opportunity to arrange his art in a personal manner, with large full-color images and details to show his brush work.

Author Biography

BROM first made his mark developing and illustrating for TSR’s best-selling role-playing worlds. He has since gone on to lend his distinctive vision to all facets of the creative industries, from novels and games, to comics and film. Most recently he’s created a series of award-winning horror novels that he both writes and illustrates: The Plucker (an adult children’s book) and The Devil’s Rose (a modern western set in Hell). His latest novel, The Child Thief, is a gritty, nightmarish retelling of the Peter Pan myth.

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