Yeah.
An eclectic assemblage of things I like, things that catch my eye, things I'll want to come back to later, things that capture the essence of something, etc.
Yeah.
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oldbookillustrations:

New terror I conceived at the steep plunge.
Gustave Doré, from Dante’s Inferno, by Dante Alighieri, New York, circa 1866.
(Source: archive.org)
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spinel333:

Albrecht Dürer, The Sea Monster 
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portionsofeternity:

Whore of Babylon (detail) by Albrecht Dürer
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Apokalypse by Albrecht Dürer
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rollership:

artsytoad:
Stephen Fabian, The Eyes of the Overworld Plate i
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nevver:

I’ve had dreams like that
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oldschoolfrp:

Rakshasa is chilling in his smoking jacket.  Let the beasts of lesser intelligence strike menacing poses or fight their way across the pages.  (Dave Trampier from the AD&D Monster Manual, TSR, 1977.)
I never noticed until I scanned this and blew it up — the paperweight appears to be a little Bolotomus character from Tom Wham’s game “Snit Smashing”, which first appeared in Dragon magazine in 1977.
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unpossiblelabs:

While he created so many memorable images, this David Trampier piece is one of my favorites. It perfectly captures the feel of early D&D. He’ll be missed.