David R. Deitrick is a talented artist.
- He is often attributed as David Deitrick, David R. Deitrick, or Dave Deitrick.
- His full name is David Ralph Deitrick.
I’ve been an artist, a soldier, a teacher, a missionary, an oil-field roustabout, a carpenter…and a dozen other professions. Right now I am a twenty-three year old trapped in a middle-aged body and wondering “WHAT HAPPENED”. I’m also crippled with ankylosing spondylitis (nothing to do with dinosaurs) and rheumatoid arthritis so chronic pain is the 500 pound gorilla in the middle of my living room.
I have lived in a number of places around the country including:
- The South
This gentlesophont has the following external links available:
- EXTERNAL LINK: Pen & paper RPG database entry
- EXTERNAL LINK: Artist's Home Page
- EXTERNAL LINK: Jeff Rient's David Deitrick Mini-Shrine
- EXTERNAL LINK: Memory Alpha Entry - Star Trek
- EXTERNAL LINK: Memory Beta Entry - Star Trek
- EXTERNAL LINK: Star Wars Fandom Entry
- EXTERNAL LINK: Sarna.Net Entry - BattleTech
Library Data Entries (Public)
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History & Background (Dossier)
David produced many pieces of work for Game Designers' Workshop, including the covers for all of the Alien Modules and the Starter Traveller book.
- In addition to his RPG work for Traveller, he has produced artwork for numerous other RPGs, Collectible Card Games, and board games. He continues to produce art works in a wide array of media and teaches art.
Traveller RPG Wiki Participation
This person has contributed art to the wiki.
- David has given permission to use his images at the wiki. If unsure please check with Maksim-Smelchak.
- A courtesy E-mail, call, or message should be sent to him when using his images.
- He is open to taking new commissions at times.
Bibliography-Ludography (Published Products)
This person has authored, contributed, playtested, or otherwise participated in the publication of the following products:
References & Contributions (Sources)
- Traveller Wiki Editorial Team
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science