Scott Fischer (artist)
|Known for||Fantasy art, children's books|
Scott M. Fischer is an American artist whose work has appeared in role-playing games and in children's books.
Scott Fischer has worked on children's books such as Peter Pan in Scarlet, and Secrets of Dripping Fang. He is also known for his work on series such as Halo, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, Magic: The Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons. For Star Wars, he provided illustrations for The New Jedi Order Sourcebook. He is also known for his work on the Magic: The Gathering card game. His Dungeons & Dragons work includes the third edition Player's Handbook, Dungeon Master's Guide, and Monster Manual (2000), the Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Game (2000), Monsters of Faerûn (2001), Faiths and Pantheons (2002), City of the Spider Queen (2002), Book of Vile Darkness (2002), Fiend Folio (2003), parts of The Shackled City Adventure Path (2003-2004), and Five Nations (2005).
In addition to illustrating several children's books, he both wrote and illustrated the book Jump!. Fischer designed the jacket for Perdition, the first book in Ann Aguirre's 2013 Dred Chronicles series from Ace Books.
- "About Scott". Archived from the original on March 18, 2012.
- "Bio". Scott M. Fischer. Retrieved October 3, 2014.
- Zipp, Yvonne (June 19, 2007). "Arrr: Pirate tales for the younger set", The Christian Science Monitor, p. 16.
- Westmoore, Jean (October 11, 2006). "Never say never in Neverland", The Buffalo News, p. C1.
- Knight, Elaine (December 2005). "Secrets of Dripping Fang: The Onts", School Library Journal 51 (12): 112–13.
- Posner, Michael (February 21, 2006). "Feel the fear – and publish", The Globe and Mail, p. R1.
- "Card Search". Magic: The Gathering. Retrieved October 3, 2014.
- MacPherson, Karen (July 20, 2010). "Picture-perfect books for reading aloud to kids", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p. C7.
- (February 22, 2010). "Children's Book Reviews: Jump!: Scott M. Fischer", Publishers Weekly 257 (8).
- Obeso, Dionne (September 20, 2013). "The Art of the Future ". Publishers Weekly.
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