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Graphic Design by Duncan Eagleson


About Duncan Eagleson

Duncan Eagleson has been a freelance artist most of his adult life, primarily doing illustration, but also graphic design – from book covers to corporate ID, brochures and billboards, t-shirts and web design, comics and animation and games. He was art director & lead illustrator for Susurrus: Season of Tides for Evil Overlord Games.

He has created many book covers, magazine illustrations, and comics over the years, including covers for books by Graham Masterton, H.P.Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, and Fred Saberhagen. Clients have included Tor Books, Doubleday Books, New Line Cinema, and Warner Communications.

In comics, he worked on Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and on Shade the Changing Man for DC/Vertigo, the DC/Paradox Big Books series, Anne Rice’s The Witching Hour for Millennium/Comico, and a variety of short stories for various comics anthologies. He edited Larime Taylor’s popular series A Voice in the Dark for Top Cow, and illustrated Joan of Light and D’Arc for Emet Comics.

Eagleson is also a former advertising copywriter turned novelist. As a writer, he has published two novels, Darkwalker, which was highly praised by both Charles deLint and James A. Moore (and gathered a bunch of five star reviews on Amazon),  and the steampunk adventure Fire Aloft, written with Rev DiCerto.

Eagleson and his partner Moira Ashleigh offer affordable book cover designs for small, independent and self publishers through Corvid Design.

Eagleson works in both traditional and digital media, though he’s using digital more often than not these days. He is thoroughly experienced in Photoshop, Corel Draw, Corel PhotoPaint, and Corel Painter, and has a passing familiarity with Manga Studio, DAZ 3D, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Flash.


Duncan Eagleson is always available for freelance work, contracts, and commissions. Drop him a note at duncan@duncaneagleson.com.

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