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Yes, I do Book Cover Artwork

Normally the summer is a slow time for publishing. But with many authors now going the self-publishing route, this summer is proving to be an exception – busy, busy, busy. Which is just how I like it because I love my work — and there’s always a need for a little more money, right? This […]

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Six Illustrations — Something Borrowed, Something New

The last few days have been busy for the flying monkeys at the Duncan Long Studio, with six (count ’em, six) new illustrations looking for a book or magazine story to illustrate. Three in the fantasy category, two horror, and one that is… well, just pretty. Fans from way back may recognize that “Artifacts” and […]

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How Did You Create That Book Illustration?

I’m often asked how I create my book cover artwork and magazine illustrations. So I decided to write a little about that in this post (and also to create a reference page for folks asking this question in the future). First off, while I try to achieve a traditional, painterly look with much of my […]

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Two More Illustrations Looking for a Book Designer

Two more illustrations created over the weekend, with both seeking adoption by a loving book cover designer or magazine art director. As of today, both of these illustrations have all rights available, including the book and magazine cover rights as well as T-shirt, mouse pad, and other odds and ends. This little plug of the […]

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