Hand-Painted Art

All illustrations in Sorcery are hand-painted using traditional mediums such as oil, acrylic, water color paintings, pen and pencil, or a mix of all the various media. This creates a very authentic and varied feel within the art, evoking the golden age of fantasy.

Artists with distinct personal styles have been chosen to make all cards iconic and memorable. The art in Sorcery embraces the varied art styles and mediums to create a wider breadth of art. In other words the art is designed to be eye-catching and instantly recognizable across the room.

Around 40 artists have worked on Sorcery to date. From legendary fantasy, RPG, and veteran card game artists, to metal album cover artists, card alter artists, and many up-and-comers.

Recent Art Features

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Sorcery News (October 27th)

This week we celebrate the work of Liz Danforth, we get some tips from the victor of Vincon, and Chase and Sean take two thematic decks to battle with each other!

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Arthurian Legends Art Reveal: Liz Danforth and the Seelie Court

Liz Danforth is well known for her iconic Sorcery works, such as the unique site, “Mirror Realm.” This tradition continues with Sorcery: Contested Realm’s next set, Arthurian Legends.


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