The original pencil/ink art for Tarrasque from the upcoming D&D MtG set

Tarrasque (Showcase) by Justine Jones
Final Ink: Used for the card! Digital changes include some added digital black outlines and digital cleanup, as well as moving tailspikes in Photoshop to make sure the front claw and the tail not overlap per AD request. There are some random pencil marks that you should be able to see on the photo
Ink Rough: A messier version of the final done in ink- Justine will often do a looser ink in pen before going over with cleaner lines. The face is clean and detailed, with the rest being slightly looser pen and pencil mixed together.
Pencil Sketch: Well rendered face and upper spikes, then becomes very loose as you move down the page to get the feel of the figure and the form. The sketch is a different/ more vertical format than the final, changed for composition reasons.

The original painting for Adult Gold Dragon from the upcoming D&D MtG set

Here is what Chris Rahn had to say about this Majestic Creature.
This was a really exciting (and challenging) assignment. After mulling it over a bit I decided that I wanted to showcase the unusual wing anatomy of D&D’s gold dragons, reflecting the warm light of sunset. I took a lot of inspiration from wildlife photography and what it would be like to just be minding your own business on the shore of some mountain lake when this unbelievable creature passes by. Just catching a brief glimpse of it going about it’s business.