Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Angus McBride Has Passed Away
#16
My condolences to family and friends,

His work was certainly filled with love and his spirit, and will surely inspire so many others for a long time...

blessed be
Episkopos P. Lilius Frugius Simius Excalibor, :. V. S. C., Pontifex Maximus, Max Disc Eccl
David S. de Lis - my blog: <a class="postlink" href="http://praeter.blogspot.com/">http://praeter.blogspot.com/
Reply
#17
Indeed, very sad.

But, I agree he has left an unmistakable and far reaching legacy with his works who have been seen by, and admired by, perhaps a million people, and will continue to do so for several more years. As a fellow Artist, I think that is something we could never really grasp or imagine.
Andy Volpe
"Build a time machine, it would make this [hobby] a lot easier."
https://www.facebook.com/LegionIIICyr/
Legion III Cyrenaica ~ New England U.S.
Higgins Armory Museum 1931-2013 (worked there 2001-2013)
(Collection moved to Worcester Art Museum)
Reply
#18
So sad to hear, I really admired his paintings Cry
a.k.a. Daan Vanhamme
Reply
#19
Cry Just when I made jokes about his recent "Gimli-like" trend in his latest pictures! In all a great illustrator!
Virilis / Jyrki Halme
PHILODOX
Moderator
[Image: fectio.png]
Reply
#20
This is sad news! I didn't realise it until now , but I have admired his work for longer than just my discovery of Osprey Roman books! I love his work! Was always a fan of fantasy art when younger. He has definately inspired me!
Visne partem mei capere? Comminus agamus! * Me semper rogo, Quid faceret Iulius Caesar? * Confidence is a good thing! Overconfidence is too much of a good thing.
[b]Legio XIIII GMV. (Q. Magivs)RMRS Remember Atuatuca! Vengence will be ours!
Titus Flavius Germanus
Batavian Coh I
Byron Angel
Reply
#21
Sad news indeed. His work was a constant source both of reference and inspiration. He will be greatly missed but not forgotten.
Graham.
"Is all that we see or seem but a dream within a dream" Edgar Allan Poe.

"Every brush-stroke is torn from my body" The Rebel, Tony Hancock.

"..I sweated in that damn dirty armor....TWENTY YEARS!', Charlton Heston, The Warlord.
Reply
#22
Just noticed this, very sad news, his artwork as others have said was and still is some of the best on the subject. Sad
Dave Bell/Secvndvs

Comitatus
[Image: comitatus.jpg]

<a class="postlink" href="http://www.comitatus.net">www.comitatus.net
Reply
#23
God bless him, he will be missed.
John Baker

Justice is the constant and perpetual wish to render to every one his due.
- Institutes, bk. I, ch. I, para. I
Reply
#24
That's very sad news. I have always enjoyed his outstanding artwork.

He will be missed. Sad

Maius/Bill
Marcus Petronius Maius
LEG XIIII GEMINA COH VI
_____________________
Bill Lund
Reply
#25
He will be missed.
Such an excellent artist: an irreplaceable one.
He left us his marvelous body of work and no one can pretend to replace him or be his sucessor: we can only try to do our best in our own style and hope, with hard work, to produce artwork that can give people the joy that his work gave them.
There will always be only one Angus McBride!
Visit my Website at
[url:n6bls2l1]http://ilustro.webs.com/[/url]
Reply
#26
After some years I learned how was any picture of him, without seeing the sign. The chainmail, the (always somewhere) birds flying, the details....Cry
I remenber that a friend told me one drawer had dead recently, and then I asked him- Angus McBride? and he said yes...
His Osprey books and the Rolemaster covers he draw set a very high standard for any drawer.

And of course he has influenced the way of seeing the past.

- Did someone noticed the birds in his drawings? There are few of them without. I wonder why...
-This new learning amazes me, Sir Bedevere. Explain again how
sheep´s bladders may be employed to prevent earthquakes.
[Image: escudocopia.jpg]Iagoba Ferreira Benito, member of Cohors Prima Gallica
and current Medieval Martial Arts teacher of Comilitium Sacrae Ensis, fencing club.
Reply
#27
a great loss.....

M.VIB.M.
Bushido wa watashi no shuukyou de gozaru.

Katte Kabuto no O wo shimeyo!

H.J.Vrielink.
Reply
#28
Very sad, His art work got me intrested in the legions , his book wars of the Empire got me into Roman reeactment very sad indeed.His art work as I am sure like the man will be greatly missed. I think I will buy his last book. My sympathy to his family and friends. Thomas RazemCaius Valens. I shall miss the birds.
He who desires peace ,let him prepare for war. He who wants victory, let him train soldiers diligently. No one dares challenge or harm one who he realises will win if he fights. Vegetius, Epitome 3, 1st Century Legionary Thomas Razem
Reply
#29
Update :

It seems that Mr McBride didn't get a chance to contribute to the next book he would have worked on. Sad
The cover of the book "The Army of Herod the Great" credits the illustrator Christa Hook.

http://www.amazon.com/Army-Herod-Great- ... 169&sr=1-1

~Theo
Jaime
Reply
#30
RIP Mr McBride ,a Sad loss . He has left a Great legacy to us in his work
Hannibal ad portas ! Dave Bartlett . " War produces many stories of fiction , some of which are told until they are believed to be true." U S Grant
Reply


Possibly Related Threads…
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Bill Mayes passed away Robert Vermaat 0 3,704 09-09-2005, 08:55 AM
Last Post: Robert Vermaat

Forum Jump: