The Dresden Files: Halloween
This page contains photos of my fan art of The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher. Butcher's official page for the series can be found here, along with an FAQ and various links. This fan art is somewhat generic insofar as it is a hodge podge of various characters from various books rather than a depiction of any specific book or scene.
Spoilers: I have attempted to remove any major spoilers, though characters from roughly the first half of the series are pictured.
You can view the files either through the gallery below or the individual image links just below the gallery. Below that, I have included a discussion of the build and some of the customization involved, followed by copyright and use information. If you're on mobile, the menus are at the bottom of the page.
Individual image links
- The Dresden Files, Chicago
- Harry Dresden and allies
- Thomas, Justine, Michael, Bob, Harry, Lasciel, Molly, Murphy, and a certain Fellowship member
- Mab, Johnny Marcone, Hendricks, the Blue Beetle
- The Erlking, goblins, demons, and ghosts
- Denarians: Tessa, Dierdre, Cassius, Nicodemus, Rosanna, Magog
- Bianca (black dress) and the Red Court
- Zombie graveyard
- Zombie graveyard
- Skeletons and ghosts
About this build
There are some custom-printed minifigure parts: the torsos for Thomas, Michael, Harry, and Bianca; and the heads for Bianca and Marcone. I've posted the image files for these custom prints on my decal and print design page. I used Bricksanity to print the ones shown here.
There are a few non-official lego elements: the goblin's weapons are from BrickForge (which is coincidentally based near Dayton, OH, like me) and the Erlking's gear is from BrickWarriors. Thomas's rifle and Michael's sword are from one or the other of those, but I forget which. Harry's duster, Lasciel's toga, and Michael's cloak (it has a red cross on the back, which you can't see here) are by CapeMadness. Otherwise, everything but the sky is official lego.
The artwork on this page is copyright 2017 by Richard Martin. The source material is copyright by Jim Butcher.
Feel free to download the images in this gallery 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 Jim Butcher or his representatives in any way.