He was one of my favorite illustrators of gaming products. I could highlight so, so many, like his covers of Dragon Magazine and so many amusing fantasy illustrations.
But his work on Paranoia is just amazing.
First, the three nested covers:
It's a perfect summation of the surveillance state we all live in . . . I mean of Alpha Complex run by the Computer that the game takes place in! Trust
He also did this very, very accurate depiction of the game on the back cover of the player's book:
I just love how his pictures feel in media res - in the middle of the action, with something about to happen. The Paranoia ones especially feel like something face-palming or peek-through-your-fingers-bad is about to happen. You just want to look away from the poor Troubleshooter, but you can't.
I also just love how Science Ninja Team Gatchaman aka Battle of the Planets the security troops look.
Thanks for all of the art, Jim. I'm sorry I never got to say that to you in person.