Grant Gould is probably most well known for his Star Wars trading card art and illustrating two Star Wars books, Draw Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Draw Star Wars: Rebels. He's also the creator of the original comic series Wolves of Odin and has done awesome art from just about every fantasy and scifi series out there (and even some pop culture characters too).
Big Trouble in Little Chicago by grantgoboom on deviantART
Toony #IndianaJones sketch card from 2009.
2009 #AbeSapien convention sketch. #Hellboy #BPRD
Dr. Who and Rose by grantgoboom on deviantART
"Here's another one from 2010 -- Gimli, Legolas & Aragorn from "The Lord of the Rings," drawn by me and colored by my buddy Otis Frampton."
BSG Helo C2E2 2011 Print by
grantgoboom on deviantART
""One Year Earlier" art for Topps' 2013 STAR WARS ILLUSTRATED: A NEW HOPE trading card set."
The INHUMANOIDS by grantgoboom on deviantART
"#StarWars ("what if" future) #Ahsoka card art from a Topps Galaxy set a few years back -- my original thumbnail sketch on the left, final pic on the right."
SUCKER PUNCH Babydoll by grantgoboom on deviantART
"Masters of the Universe's MerMan!"
Elfquest's Kahvi by grantgoboom on DeviantArt
"Raistlin Majere, everyone's favorite golden-skinned, vision-cursed, sometimes good, bad guy."
"2010 Avatar/Na'vi character commission - "Daughter of Pandora""
MAD MEN: Don Draper by grantgoboom on deviantART
2010 marker drawing commission of Storm.
Harry Potter Pic by grantgoboom on deviantART
Another one of my Clone Wars "How-To-Draw" features for StarWars.com. This one features Cad Bane wearing his outfit from the Rako Hardeen storyline. Find this tutorial and many others by me over at the official Star Wars website!
The Wolves of Odin by grantgoboom on deviantART
"Rocket Raccoon... I've been in love with this character since the '80s (the Mignola series)..."
All Bad Things Must Come To An End by grantgoboom on deviantART
Conan the Barbarian by grantgoboom on deviantART
Keep up with Grant and find his various social media pages here.
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