Seeing his drawing style I can only think of his images in the gazeteers for Mystara. I really liked it.
Which ones really stand out?
Yeah, what jbeltman said. There was some really nice Fabian artwork in the gazeteers too.
Yeah, I gotta check them out.
Fabian's work with TSR was definitely a highlight during an otherwise (for me) drab set of product offerings.Allan.
Absolutely. Dilertizzi and Brom are the other high points in that era.
I love the tarokka deck illustrations he did too.
Yeah, that is good stuff.
So good. Taladas, Ravenloft, the gazeteers. Definitely a high point in black and white D&D illustrations.
I should check out the Gazetteers, I've never really looked at them.
I posted a few pictures from the Glantri one here:http://untimately.blogspot.com/2012/05/seven-secret-crafts.html
Maybe WotC will reprint those.
The middle one reminds me of the BBC Count Dracula (1977, 150 mins) which is the best screen adaptation in my view. Have you seen it?
I agree; that is the best adaptation. In general, I think British film-makers understand the source material in a way that Americans do not.
He was one of my favorite TSR artists ever. I really, really loved his style.
definitely. I also feel like he's a bit un-sung compared to other artists of the era.