Scott M. Fischer's Biography

SCOTT M. FISCHER graduated with honors from the Savannah College of Art and Design and since that time his brush has steadily been carving a path along the illustration and fine art landscape.

Perhaps best known for his major contributions to fantasy art through Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering, Scott has a long and storied career.

His art has captured the imagination of millions and is found in many Dungeons & Dragons books including The Monster Manual, Dungeon Master's Guide, and Player's Handbook. His art also appears on over 150 Magic: The Gathering cards.

He is the silhouette artist behind the #1 NY Times best-selling books 'Peter Pan in Scarlet' (Simon and Schuster) and Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer's 'Between the Lines' (Simon and Schuster).

Scott is a notable cover artist for; Simon and Schuster, Tor, Harper Collins, Scholastic, Penguin, Del Rey, Random House, Daw, etc.

He is the regular cover artist for Joss Whedon's 'Buffy-The Vampire Slayer', 'Angel' as well as the 'Angel & Faith' comic books (Dark Horse Comics).

His Children's book credits include 'Jump!' (Simon and Schuster) with over 3,000,000 books in print, 'Twinkle' (Simon and Schuster) and the 'Lottie Paris' series of books written by Angela Johnson (Simon and Schuster).

Fully illustrated middle grade fiction credits include the New York Times best-selling 'Magisterium' series by Cassandra Claire and Holly Black (Scholastic), 'The Secrets of Dripping Fang' series by Dan Greenburg (Harcourt) and the 'Scary School' series of books by Derek the Ghost (Harper Collins) and 'Ghost Prison' by Joseph Delaney (Sourcebooks Fire).

Scott is also well known in gaming circles for his contributions to World of Warcraft, League of Legends, and many other games.

Scott has served as a conceptual character designer for companies like Microsoft, The Cartoon Network and Disney, on their TRON franchise.

As an instructor, Scott is a core faculty member at the world-famous Illustration Master Class and SmArt School.