“The Morning Never Came”: Amazing Fantasy Illustrations By Adrian Smith – Design You Trust

“The Morning Never Came”: Amazing Fantasy Illustrations By Adrian Smith

The awesome fantasy illustrations of Adrian Smith, a freelance illustrator, concept designer and comic book artist based in Edinburgh. Adrian’s drawing, character and figure work is just incredible, fantasy art doesn’t get any better than this. Adrian and Ian Miller are especially well known for their work in the early days of Warhammer and 40k in creating a dark serious atmospheric setting. Smith has illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.

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