(If all you need to know is that art is on sale, then click here to see the list!)
It's been some months since I've played World of Warcraft--my main exists in suspended animation at level 80, wondering if I'll ever pick up the Cataclysm expansion and continue on...not any time soon, anyway.
The World of Warcraft Trading Card Game probably has a lifespan that is tied to the videogame. And most videogames do not have a long lifespan, though WoW's has been longer than most. So I know that some years from now, art based on the game will be a quaint artifact, a fond memory of a bygone era. For me, art is about the art--whenever I've collected original art, I've rarely asked where the art was published. But for those of you who might like some World of Warcraft art in particular (or just like my art in general), now is a great time--through the end of the year, I've marked down all my World of Warcraft original paintings. I don't put original art on sale very often, so it's a great opportunity.
There are only a few World of Warcraft pieces that remain in my Artwork galleries. So where are the rest? Welcome to update #2 this week: I've added a World of Warcraft section to my Back Catalog of Original Art. So, check it out and remember--when you finally leave Azeroth forever, the artwork will remain! Sale prices are indicated on each painting's page.
Not a fan of the WoW imagery? Well, that same Back Catalog has a listing of older Magic: the Gathering artwork as well...though it's not on sale....
This post will self-destruct on 1/1/12, but the art will remain at the Back Catalog link, located in the upper-left of the blog for easy access.
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