Fan Art for Assorted Authors

V.E. Schwab, Aleron Kong, and Tamsyn MuirThis page contains fan art for books for which I've only produced a few photos so far, so it doesn't make sense to make a separate page for each book.  Once I complete more scenes for each of these books, the associated photos will be migrated to dedicated pages for each book or author.

At present, this album contains artwork based on the Shades of Magic trilogy (A Darker Shade of Magic, A Gathering of Shadows, and A Conjuring of Light) by Victoria / V.E. Schwab, the Broken Earth trilogy (The Fifth Season, The Obelisk Gate, and The Stone Sky) by N.K. Jemisin, A Lesson in Vengeance by Victoria Lee, and the Chaos Seeds series (The Land) by Aleron Kong.

Spoiler note: this album has no significant plot spoilers.

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 builds 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

About these builds

Shades of Magic: the only custom items are the four heads, which I designed and had UV printed by BrickSanity.  Lila's hair is from a third-party company called LeYiLeBrick.

Gideon: Gideon and Harrow's heads and Harrow's torso were done using waterslide decals.  I based these three designs on the cover art by Tommy Arnold.  Gideon's hair is from a third-party company called Arealight, and her knuckle-knives are from BrickWarriors.  I custom-made Harrow's wraparound cloak using a Cricut cutting machine, but a similar product can be purchased from CapeMadness.

Chaos Seeds (The Land): the two merch girls' torsos were UV printed by BrickSanity; they match a shirt that is sometimes available for purchase on Aleron's website.  Yoshi's swords are from BrickForge, Tabia's jerkin is from BrickWarriors, and Isabella's head is from FireStar Toys.

A Natural History of Dragons: I met Marie Brennan at JordanCon 2021, and she kindly signed the lego signature block shown here.  I haven't had a chance to make any more elaborate Lady Trent fan art yet, but I plan to.

Legal stuff

The artwork on this page is copyright 2020-2021 by Richard Martin. The source material is copyright by the individual authors listed above.

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 any of the authors listed above or their publishers in any way.