Chesley Awards 2000


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2001 <— Chesley Awards —> 1999
Where and When: Chicon 2000, Chicago IL : September 1, 2000
Eligibility Year: 1999
Cover Illustration, Hardback Book
Cover Illustration, Paperback Book
Cover Illustration, Magazine
Interior Illustration
  • Winner: James Gurney for Dinotopia: First Flight by James Gurney
  • Jael for The Little Princess by Francis Hodgson Burnett
  • Marianne Plumridge for “Rainbow Mothra” (G-Fan Mar/Apr 1999)
  • Vincent Di Fate for Rules of Engagement (frontispiece for ltd. Edition) by Elizabeth Moon
  • Omar Rayyan for “Weighing the Elephant” (Spider Mar 1999)
Color Work, Unpublished
Monochrome, Unpublished
Three-dimensional
Art Direction
Gaming-related Illustration
  • Winner: “Warriors of Heaven and Guide to Hell” (two-sided Duelist Insert Poster), Brom
  • “Creatures of the Night” (Golems), Todd Lockwood
  • “Dune” (card, put out by Last Unicorn Games, with Wizards of the Coast), Carol Heyer
  • “Ivy Scholar” (card art, Magic: the Gathering), Donato Giancola
  • “Unmask” (card art, Magic: the Gathering), R. K. Post
Product Illustration
  • Winner: “Cleopatra” (plate art for the Bradford Exchange), Richard Bober
  • Ian McCaig (Character & Costume Design for Star Wars, Episode One)
  • “Everquest” (cover art, for 989 Studios/Sony), Keith Parkinson
  • “Honey Lemon Ginseng Green Tea” (box art for Celestial Seasonings), Kinuko Y. Craft
  • “Star Wars: Episode One: Phantom Menace” (poster), Drew Struzan
Contribution To Asfa
  • Winner: Wizards of the Coast
  • Mel White (Editorship of the ASFA Quarterly)
  • Jael (Chesley Team Leader in 1999)
  • Jeff Watson, for reorganizing and maintaining the ASFA (Association of Science Fiction & Fantasy Artists) website

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