ILLUSTRATION GALLERY

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I have had a passion for art, especially Fantasy Illustration for as long as I can remember. Some of my greatest inspiration to become a fantasy illustrator came from the book covers by Boris Vallejo (The Magic Goes Away by Larry Niven) and Michael Whelan (Stormbringer by Michael Moorcock) and of course the Molly Hatchet album covers by Frank Frazetta. Hopefully my work will one day inspire a young artist the way these masters have inspired me.

Photoshop and Painter are the incredible programs that I have been using to make digital illustrations of the many worlds of fantasy that I enjoy so much. I have also used Bryce and Sketchup on a few projects. These images are primarily all painted digitally with a few exceptions that to contain a small amount of photo manipulation. My style is evolving as I find new techniques

ILLUSTRATION GALLERY
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
Fantasy Illustration by Mark Greenawalt
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Mark Greenawalt, Artist
Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America

E-mail:  mark@futureclassx.com 

For quotes on commissioned works, send all details of project or event.  Rates vary depending on complexity, coverage, time-frame, and location, but generally start as low as $500.  Send an e-mail to request additional contact information.  

All images on this site are copyrighted 2000-2003 by Mark Greenawalt or as noted on image and all rights are reserved. Images on this site are for display only to collectors and fans worldwide. The images are not in the public domain and are not to be downloaded from this site or used in any electronic or print format without prior permission from Mark Greenawalt.  Unauthorized use is a violation of copyright laws.