Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
|Known for||Fantasy art|
Daniel Horne is an artist whose work has appeared in role-playing games.
Daniel Horne has produced interior and cover illustrations for role-playing game books since 1986. In addition to several covers for Dragon and Dungeon magazine, Horne illustrated the covers of several Dungeons & Dragons books, including Talons of Night (1987), The Shattered Statue (1987), Fate of Istus (1989), Dark and Hidden Ways (1990), and the World Builder's Guidebook (1996). Horne also did role-playing game work for Iron Crown Enterprises, West End Games, Alderac Entertainment Group, and Troll Lord Games.
Horne also illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.
He is also an illustrator of children's books, including Young Merlin by Robert D. San Souci. One reviewer wrote that his "bold illustrations shimmer with magic", and another said that "Horne's stunning color illustrations are appropriately dark and mysterious."
- The Paradise War (1993)
- D'Ammassa, Don (January 2003). "Masters of Dragonlance Art", Chronicle 25 (1): 30.
- Grieve, Valerie (November 17, 1990). "Bookstand: Young Merlin by Robert D. San Souci", Kingston Whig-Standard.
- Hart, Paula (March 30, 1996). "Storytelling in all its myth and majesty", The Vancouver Sun, p. D12.
- Sullivan, Edward T (May 1999). "Young Merlin", Book Links 8 (5): 31.
- "Daniel Horne :: Pen & Paper RPG Database". Archived from the original on
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