Ian Miller – The City

Sep 17th, 2008 | Categories: Concept Art | Horror | Ian Miller | Illustration | Sci-Fi


These superbly nightmarish pen and ink visuals were preliminary character studies for the 1994 James Herbert Graphic novel “The City” Illustrated by Ian Miller in his indomitable scratchy Gothic style – a really great demonstration of the detail achievable with dip pen, brush and ink.

The City is the fourth installment of Herbert’s popular Rats Series, It maps a chilling post-apocalyptic future where the pathetic remnants of mankind scrape out an existence in ruins under the new order – The Rats! available here on Amazon – thats just got me thinking, what the difference between Post-Apocalyptic and Steampunk?

Images featured courtesy of Ian Miller, via his portfolio site.

Ian Miller – Forge in the Forest

Sep 7th, 2008 | Categories: Fantasy | Ian Miller | Illustration

Ian Miller - Forge in the Forest

A lone sentry stands guard against the backdrop of a gloomy Citadel… Warped Gothic fantasy that could only of spawned from the pen of British Artist and Writer Ian Miller.

Ian’s 30 year career has seen him produce work spanning from Book Covers & Graphic Novels (for Authors Philip K Dick, H.P.Lovecraft, James Herbert etc) to Pre-Production film work on major Hollywood films such as Shrek and Coolworld. What’s best about Ian’s work? well there’s nothing else quite like it – A Roger Dean Acid trip gone bad, psychedelic gothic, with a twisted sense of humour. Read a bit more on him at wiki

See more of Ian’s masterful work

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