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Delve Into the Trailer for the D&D Documentary EYE OF THE BEHOLDER (Exclusive) – Nerdist

https://beta.nerdist.com/article/dungeons-dragons-documentary-trailer-eye-of-the-beholder/

“Easley. Elmore. Caldwell. If you’re a longtime Dungeons & Dragons fan, those names are immediately recognizable. Eye of the Beholder: The Art of Dungeons & Dragons is an upcoming documentary produced by The Nacelle Company that turns the lens on those notable Dungeons & Dragons artists like Larry Elmore, Jeff Easley, Clyde Caldwell, Brom, Tony DiTerlizzi, Todd Lockwood, Erol Otus, and many more. We have your first, exclusive look at the film’s trailer.”

The Beauty of D&D Artwork Is in the EYE OF THE BEHOLDER Documentary (Exclusive) – Geek And Sundry

https://geekandsundry.com/the-beauty-of-dd-artwork-is-in-the-eye-of-the-beholder-documentary-exclusive/

“One of the most striking features of Dungeons & Dragons from the very beginning has been the wondrous artwork produced by the talented painters and illustrators who adeptly bring imaginations to life. Eye of the Beholder: The Art of Dungeons & Dragons is an upcoming documentary produced by The Nacelle Company that turns the spotlight on artists like Larry Elmore, Jeff Easley, Clyde Caldwell, Brom, Tony DiTerlizzi, Todd Lockwood, Erol Otus, and many more. Here is your first, exclusive look at the movie poster with art created by Jeff Easley!”

Eye of the Beholder makes io9!

Thanks to io9 for featuring our trailer!

http://io9.gizmodo.com/beauty-is-in-the-many-eyes-of-the-beholder-in-a-new-d-1787356534

“Over its many editions, artists have fleshed out the many realms of Dungeons & Dragons with books laden with gorgeous fantasy art, covering everything from the Sword Coast to the Shadowfell and beyond. Now a new documentary is going behind the scenes on how some of its most iconic artwork was made.

Featuring interviews from a bevy of artists who’ve contributed to the zillions of rulebooks and ancillary material that D&D has had over the years, the aptly named Eye of the Beholder: The Art of Dungeons & Dragons, from X-Ray Films and Cavegirl Productions looks at what it’s like creating art for one of the most venerable fantasy franchises around, and how that art has influenced a legion of tabletop gamers for decades.

If you’ve ever pored over the well-worn paged of a monster manual or player’s handbook at some point in your life, it seems like it’s well worth a watch. Eye of the Beholder is due to come out next year.”