Brandon Sanderson Fan Art
This page links to my lego fan art of various works by Brandon Sanderson. This primarily includes scenes from The Stormlight Archives and the Mistborn series, though there are a few smaller albums from Sanderson's other works. For more information on Brandon Sanderson, I recommend his official page, http://brandonsanderson.com.
The "Brandon Sanderson" menu module (at right or bottom of page) has quick links for easy navigation, or you can use the direct links in the more expansive discussion below. My fan art albums are grouped into novel series within Sanderson's Cosmere Universe (including some Mistborn albums, some albums from The Stormlight Archives, and some other Cosmere albums), followed by non-Cosmere artwork (right now, just one photo from the Reckoners trilogy). There are lots of potential spoilers, so please check the spoiler list next to each album link if you haven't finished the relevant books.
The Mistborn series is one of the key components of Sanderson's Cosmere universe. It consists of the first Mistborn trilogy (Mistborn: The Final Empire, The Well of Ascension, and The Hero of Ages), the era-two Mistborn series (The Alloy of Law, Shadows of Self, and The Bands of Mourning), several short stories, and a novella. The albums below currently have spoilers for the first trilogy only.
Album: Mistwraith outside Luthadel (minor spoilers for The Final Empire).
Album: Keep Venture (minor spoilers for The Final Empire).
Album: Kredik Shaw (spoilers for The Hero of Ages).
Album: Mistborn chess set (spoilers through The Hero of Ages).
The Stormlight Archive is Sanderson's magnum opus. It is central to his Cosmere universe. The series is expected to consist of two sets of five books each, thought currently only The Way of Kings and Words of Radiance have been published, and Oathbringer is due to be published in late 2017. Most of my lego fan art for the Stormlight Archive was among the first lego fan art that I created, and as such, it isn't as polished as my other material. I'm planning to try to clean it up a little before posting it here, though some of my newer builds are linked below.
Album: Shallan's Sketchbook (minor spoilers through Words of Radiance).
The Way of Kings: The Tower Battle (major spoilers for The Way of Kings). Album link coming soon.
Words of Radiance, part 1 (spoilers). Album link coming soon.
Words of Radiance, part 2 (spoilers). Album link coming soon.
Words of Radiance, part 3 (spoilers). Album link coming soon.
Words of Radiance, part 4 (spoilers). Album link coming soon.
Words of Radiance, part 5 (spoilers). Album link coming soon.
Stormlight chess set (spoilers through Words of Radiance). Album link coming soon.
Elantris was Sanderson's first published book, though not the first book he wrote. It is set on the world of Sel, as are the novella The Emperor's Soul and the short story The Hope of Elantris. The album below contains indirect but significant spoilers for the entirety of the novel.
Album: Elantris chess set (spoilers through the end of the book).
The Emperor's Soul is a stand-alone novella that takes place on the planet Sel, in the region to the north of Teod. The novella is part of Sanderson's Cosmere universe.
Album: The Emperor's Soul (spoilers through the end of The Emperor's Soul).
The Cosmere ABCs is a collection of 26 vignettes showcasing scenes, creatures, and characters from across the Cosmere. As such, there are (mostly mild) spoilers for pretty much anything published in the Cosmere as of the end of 2017.
Album: Cosmere ABCs. (spoilers for almost all of the published novels, novellas, and short stories within the Cosmere).
This album contains individual builds related to the Cosmere that didn't really fit anywhere else.
Album: miscellaneous Cosmere fan art. (spoilers for most of the published novels within the Cosmere).
Album: The Reckoners (very minor spoilers through Firefight)
The artwork on this page is copyright 2014-2017 by Richard Martin. The source material is copyright by Dragonsteel Entertainment, LLC (Brandon Sanderson's company).
Feel free to download the images on this page and to use them for non-commercial purposes. If you wish to re-post them online, you may do so as long as you give me credit by either citing me (Rick Martin) as the artist, linking to this site, and/or linking to my Facebook page.
I am not affiliated with Brandon Sanderson or Dragonsteel Entertainment in any way. This page is in compliance with Brandon Sanderson's official policy on fan art.