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November 26th, 2010


Cover art for the book by that name by Blake Charlton.

For a step by step animation of the head in process, click here.

Spellbound ©2010 Todd Lockwood

Posted by Todd in Art!, Blog Home


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13 Responses to “Spellbound”

  1. Sam says:

    I think the link to the video is broken. It sends me to this page:

    Anyway,awesome stuff. Will I have to read the book to find out what all that stuff in the sky is?

  2. Cris says:

    I can’t seem to find the step-by-step! Maybe it got uploaded wrong?

  3. Cris says:

    Oh, dur, it’s probably my stupid IE. I’ll try it in Firefox.

  4. Cris says:

    Dern. No luck. Oh well…

  5. ToLo says:

    No, the link is misbehaving. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t. Try the Home Page. If that doesn’t work, there is a functioning link on the image page on my website:

    Let me know if that doesn’t work for you: it did for me!

  6. Cris says:

    It works from the gallery site! Yay!

  7. Sam says:

    Okay, the link is working now for me.

  8. Dallas says:

    Thanks for the animation! It’s really helpful to see how your paintings are built from the sketches to the finish.

  9. ToLo says:

    My web guy fixt it. I was being a dope.


  10. Zachary says:

    Awesome stuff, Todd! Thanks for sharing (especially the process)!



  11. allen says:

    this is both very inspiring and helpful, grand work.

    p.s. hope your thanksgiving went well XD

  12. » Spellbound Cover Art Making-of Video says:

    […] The amazingly gifted Todd Lockwood has put up a making-of video for some cover art for Spellbound over on his website. As viewed on his site, it’s very impressive! I wanted to show it off here, but could only reproduce a very compressed version on youtube. It goes by waaaay too fast. Hence the flash-in-the-pan preview below. For the real thing, click on the link above for the view of click here for a page dedicated to the Spellbound artwork. […]

  13. Tramond Spencer says:

    is there a limit to how many times we can watch it!? if there is i am sure that i am fast approaching it!