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16429 Lost Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA, 91387
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Drawing from the visual worlds of science and nature, the human figure, the grand tradition of American illustration, Japanese scroll paintings and woodblock prints, fantasy illustration, and great artists of Europe, Elliott’s work strikes the viewer at first with a powerful tableau and draws them in to experience the subtlety and beauty within. Beyond the pictorial impact of his work, themes personal to him such as body image, environmental preservation, and social and psychological repression weave themselves throughout his work.

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D&D Players Handbook Art - Elf and Hellhound!

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D&D Player's Handbook- 5th edition is out!!

-My painting of a forest encounter between an Elf and Hellhound.

Thanks Jon Schindehette for the commission and Kate Irwin for her Art Direction.  It is so cool to be in this book- As a kid I stared at the pictures in the early editions of this and the other D&D manuals over and over.  I couldn't play the game so well, but my enjoyment was more from the art really.  I hope kids today will enjoy the art like I did, maybe more, since these pages are all in color and the edition I had was black and white!  

This piece can be found in a cropped format on page 206.

Fine Art one-of-a-kind purses!

Craig Elliott

Several one-of-a-kind custom box art purses that will be available at Comicon San Diego 2014!

Fine Art print trading card sets!

Craig Elliott

Fine Art print trading card sets! 

-Randomly selected framable prints in sets of 10
-Some packs contain ORIGINAL sketches
-Some packs contain limited edition watercolor prints in editions of only 15

One of the latest products that will premiere at Comicon 2014-  

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ImagineFX sketchbook special

Craig Elliott

ImagineFX sketchbook special

In the 180 page sketchbook special #1 you can find 4 pages of sketches of mine.  

you can find it here for digital or paper purchase~

Spectrum Fantastic Art Live show book Kickstarter campaign!

Craig Elliott

I'm part of another Kickstarter! My friend Greg Preston will be doing a photo book of artists at Spectrum live to be published by Flesk! 

The new Spectrum Fantastic Art Live show book Kickstarter campaign is now live:

John Fleskes, president and publisher of Flesk Publications, teams up with renowned portrait photographer Greg Preston to produce a special book created on the showroom floor of the Spectrum Fantastic Art Live event, held May 9-11th in Kansas City, Missouri. Sessions: Spectrum Fantastic Art Portraits will feature the art, a brief bio, and a portrait created by Greg Preston of at least 50 of the creators behind today's best contemporary fantastic art.

Artists to be included in the project to date include: Allen Williams, Annie Stegg, Bill Carman, Camilla d'Errico, Cory Godbey, Craig Elliott, Dan dos Santos, Daren Bader, David Palumbo, Donato Giancola, Edward Howard, Frank Cho, George Pratt, Greg Spalenka, Iain McCaig, Jackson Robinson, J. Anthony Kosar, John Picacio, Justin Gerard, Justin Sweet, Mark Chiarello, Mark Schultz, Omar Rayyan, Paul Bonner, Rebecca Yanovskaya, Steve Rude, Terry Dodson, The Shiflett Brothers, Tim Bruckner, Virginie Ropars and Wayne Barlow.

Society of Illustrators GOLD medal!

Craig Elliott

GOLD medal!  

Thank you to the Society of Illustrators West for this amazing honor! 

In march there will be an exhibit at Center Stage Gallery in Burbank. It is set for March 7 - 30, 2014. 

A fun double honor as I have been involved with CTN-X and CTN (the group that runs CSG Gallery) from the beginning and worked with Tina Price at Disney, back in the day.  

Thanks also to the amazing judges:Alina Chau, Donato Giancola, James Gurney, Iain McCaig, Bill Perkins, Will Terry, Will Weston, William Wray, and Dean Yeagle.

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Phoenix Goddess #2

Craig Elliott

Second version of the Phoenix Goddess I posted earlier for Applibot Japan.  

This was painted in photoshop- I really like how fast this one came together and how it looks like she is painted in oils. :P