Best known for his realistic looking pencil artwork, Alan Dyson broke into the d20 gaming industry over a decade ago creating interior artwork for RPG (role-playing game) books. Among RPG artwork, Alan has also worked on hundreds of sketch cards for Bench Warmer trading cards; and one of the models being Sara Underwood from Attack of the Show! Alan also had the rare chance to create a commissioned drawing for actor Jerry Maren (the Lolli Pop Kid from the movie classic The Wizard of Oz).
Projects Alan has recently finished include artwork for 3 RPG books for Atlas-Games, and 2 pieces for author Eric Cooper's third Knight Seeker novel Blades of Justice
A graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago
Among Alan's creative talents, he is also a martial arts instructor with over 15 years teaching experience with a background in Tang-Soo Do and Mixed Martial Arts. Among having a background in karate, Alan currently has a Purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Some of Alan's previous clients include: Bench Warmer, Author Eric Cooper (Knight Seeker), Atlas-Games, MonkeyGod Enterprises, Pandahead Games, Mystic Eye Games, Sovereign Press, Fastforward Entertainment Games, Fantasy Flight Games, and Troll Lord Games.
Check out his website: www.dysonimages.com