Entries Tagged ‘science fiction illustrations’:

My “Best of 2013” Portfolio Collection Is Available

For those wanting prints of my science fiction and fantasy artwork, I’ve put together a “portfolio” collection of my “Best of 2013” together. There are 28 prints in full color in an 8.5×11-inch format. You can order via Amazon; for those in the US: The Illustrations of Duncan Long 2013. Here’s a sneak peek of […]

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Some New Science Fiction Illustrations

Here are several illustrations I’ve completed the last few days (and soon to go to my Premade Science Fiction Book Cover Artwork site). The one below is a retro-rocket ship, similar to the rocket logo that often graced the spine of science fiction novels in many public libraries when I was a kid — so […]

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Book Cover Artwork for The Silent Call

Here’s the cover illustration I created for James Diffin’s new science fiction/fantasy/action-adventure novel The Silent Call. The author wanted to picture a pivotal scene in the novel where the hero (John Ryder, a young American chess grand master) discovers there may be a modern-day Merlin in his life, with the magician taking the hero to […]

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Learning from the Past

While it’s good to keep up on what the latest trends in book cover design and artwork may be (to avoid some of the cliches if nothing else), looking to the past for inspiration is often a fruitful exercise. Penguin recently made this a little easier to do by posting a wonderful collection of the […]

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