This picture makes me happy.
Here is a map border recently completed for Goodman Games. I redacted the text and maps (since Goodman hasn’t published this yet — no spoilers!) but we can see a weird globule creature attacking someone seeking refuge in a palm tree and all kinds of corrupted weirdness around the edges. The maps and text fit into all of the white space.
I find this kind of stuff really fun to do — perhaps because I grew up with a lot of books about medieval art and I always loved the perverse and whimsical little things those monks drew in the margins.
Above is Jethro, champion of the underword, in his bug-head helmet. This isn’t for anything specific — just trying to loosen up my hand (and mind) for some projects I am currently struggling with.
Above is an illustration for Jason Sholtis’ “Operation Unfathomable” book to be released later this year by Hydra Collective. I was lucky enough to be tapped by Jason to provide some art for the book — I think Chris Brandt and Jason himself are also illustrating the book along with other people— but the book is going to be great. The above illustration shows an ‘Underworld ranger’ discharging his lightning pistol at a perfidious mind-bat while another ranger reels from the psychic attack they have already suffered — all creatures and situations from the dark corners of Sholtis’ fertile imagination.
AFAIK, the Operation Unfathomable kickstarter is closed but you can probably get the book through other channels after it is finished; see the Hydra Collective website for more details.