Hello there Adventurers. Greetings! Welcome to the mighty Great Wizard's biography area for many of the contributory artists of the Fighting Fantasy Gamebook's. These pages will profile the current artists.
Iain McCaig is an internationally recognized and award-winning artist and illustrator, and also one of the film industry's leading conceptual designers. He has worked on numerous films, including Star Wars Episode One, Star Wars Episode Two and Star Wars Episode Three, Peter Pan, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Interview With a Vampire, Terminator 2 – Judgement Day, Star Trek VI, Dinotopia and Casper the Ghost among others as well as a number of children's programs. As a concept designer, screenwriter, director and illustrator, Iain's talents have led him to numerous projects including The Face, his directorial debut in 1988. In 2001 he wrote and designed his first CG feature film, The Pied Piper for Imax/Mainframe. Iain has taught drawing and storytelling for over twenty years.
His iconic artwork has appeared on many Fighting Fantasy book covers as well as for numerous international publishers and over the years has illustrated many of our most popular Fighting Fantasy titles interior art and book covers. His most notable covers include the original Shape Changer for the cover of The Forest of Doom. Other covers include the City of Thieves, Deathtrap Dungeon, Island of the Lizard King, The Fighting Fantasy Novels: Firestorm, Darkthrone, Skullcrag, Demonlord, Casket of Souls.
His interior illustrator for City of Thieves and Deathtrap Dungeon are most popular with fans, however he has also illustrated Out of the Pit, Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World, Casket of Souls, The Fighting Fantasy Poster Book, The Fighting Fantasy 10th Anniversary Yearbook.
Iain McCaig Links
The Official Iain McCaig Website
The Official Iain McCaig Blog