I got to work with Growling Door Games again, when they did a new edition of the RPG Chill! Here’s the first batch of character artwork I did for them.
Another supplement I helped out with, for Atlas Games‘ Ars Magica. Got to practice rendering underwater settings, which was fun!
I’ve done quite a few commissions of the past year or so, but here’s a couple of my favorites.
A friend of mine commissioned some fanart of Betty Calahan from the Young Wizards book series by Diane Duane. I believe this is from the book The Wizards Dilemma.
This one was commissioned by a lovely woman that wanted an image depicting a moment between Satan and God. I don’t want to say anything that might be a misrepresentation of her religion, so I’ll leave it at that!
And this one is a steampunked portrait of my step-father, which was commissioned by my Mom.
I take part in an online Mage: The Awakening game, and a few of my friends commissioned a few portraits of their characters being badass. Seemed fitting to group them together to show off! First is a Obrimos named Hood, then a Thrysus named Butler, and a Moros named Jester. (I love drawing hot men doing magic so much.)
Here’s more artwork that I did for Filigree Forge’s Barbarians of Lemuria: Mythic Edition book. This week features some scenes and such I did for the book.
Here’s more artwork that I did for Filigree Forge’s Barbarians of Lemuria: Mythic Edition book. This time focusing on some of the career images I did! There’s… 26 total? But these were my favorites.
I did a ton of artwork for Filigree Forge’s Barbarians of Lemuria: Mythic Edition book. So much that I probably won’t post everything, but I’ll do a few blog posts with my favorites! This week will be some character portraits I did for a sample game, featuring jungle adventures and river pirates.
I did these maps for Hero’s Journey last summer, and… Augh! I’ve been dying ever since to show them. Now that they are close to release though, I finally can!
These four maps depict important cosmology/mythology from ancient Egyptian, Greek, Hindu, and Egyptian cultures. I’ve never taken on such a big project before, but I really am over the moon with how they turned out. If you check out Hero’s Journey, you’ll see these maps in their books with labels, so you can identify all the little places, gods, and creatures. And trust me, there is a TON.