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McVeigh Execution
IND2001061005 - 10 JUNE 2001 - TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA, USA: Dan Smith, an anti-death penalty protestor from Albany New York demonstrates outside of the United States Penitentiary in Terra Haute June 10, 2001. The prison will be the site of Timothy McVeigh's execution Monday morning. mk/mc/Mark Cowan UPI
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Dan Smith is an illustrator and graphic artist known for his distinctive "SMIF" signature, and his work for Wizards of the Coast, FASA, White Wolf, Steve Jackson Games, Iron Crown, Hasbro, Nintendo, Namco and others. While known primarily as an illustrator, Dan Smith is also a designer of family card games, including Battle of the Bands.

Dan Smith's illustration style is influenced by a number of well-known comic book artists, especially Mike Mignola (Hellboy). His black-and-white work for GURPS became so prominent in the 1990s, he became the unofficial 'house artist'. One of his favorite techniques is to photograph friends in poses as illustration models. This allows friends to flip through role-playing game books and see themselves on the pages dressed as wizards and secret agents.

Dan Smith, with fellow graphic designers Jeff Koke and Derek Pearcy, won the 1997 Origins Award for Best Graphic Presentation of a Roleplaying Game, Adventure, or Supplement for the role-playing game In Nomine.

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