Attack of the Beak Men (WIP)Posted: January 31, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized Leave a comment
bird swordPosted: January 20, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized Leave a comment
chop chop chop.
certificatesPosted: January 17, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized Leave a comment
Just finished these ‘picture frames’ for Goodman Games. From top to bottom, we have themed frames for DCC, Metamorphosis Alpha and X Crawl.
work in progress: sci-fiPosted: January 13, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized Leave a comment
Have been too busy to post much these days. One of the things I am working on is a ‘picture frame’ that consists of sci-fi stuff with robots, ray guns, etc. Will post more when I get it all done.
Captain’s ChairPosted: January 10, 2016 Filed under: Uncategorized Leave a comment
Carousel (Work in Progress)Posted: January 6, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized 1 Comment
Here is a painting I am working on these days. You can see it in an earlier stage here. I’m enjoying this as an an homage to Leonora Carrington in the form of subject matter and palette choices.
I don’t know when I will be able to work on this more… the coming schedule is looking pretty hairy.
Sky of Crimson FlamePosted: January 3, 2016 Filed under: adventures, art, Uncategorized Leave a comment
I posted a work in progress photo of this painting the other week. Here is the completed painting. This is for a book jacket for Owlknight publishing, an adventure called ‘Sky of Crimson Flame’ for DCC RPG. Read all about it on Thorin Thompson’s blog.
CarouselPosted: January 2, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized 1 Comment
Still in the early stages; not sure where this is going yet, but intrigued.
Happy New Year / Sutherland TributePosted: January 1, 2016 Filed under: art, Uncategorized 1 Comment
Here it is, a new year!
Also, I posted yesterday that I wanted to get this image done. I got up this morning and did a few hours on it; I think it is done:
Its very sad to me that Dave Sutherland did not get to continue his art career; I spent a lot of time enjoying his work as a kid; it’s too bad he didn’t get a chance to keep working in the industry after TSR. It is also too bad that someone at TSR, at some point, took the majority of the classic work from Sutherland and others and dumpstered it.
For those who haven’t seen it, the above image owes everything to this one by Dave Sutherland III: