Wizard laboratories seem to be a thing in my illustrations recently. I drew one a while ago and I just finished this one as well. This is drawn on a “grey tone” paper (it really looks more tan than grey, but all tones are grey in greyscale reproduction) and then I went in with a thin green/blue wash for the darker areas and china white for the lighter areas. Even though it will be printed in greyscale, I like the way it looks in color:
The black area in the upper left corner is for text. Here’s how it looks in grey:
Above is a new DCC “Level Zero Hero” character sheet for Goodman Games’ “Dungeon Crawl Classics.” It is available as a free pdf (4 to a page) for your funneling needs. Print ’em up and go to town.
Permission granted to photocopy or print for personal use. (EDIT: Added saving throws).
Sometimes you get these long and skinny spaces to work with and you have to do the best you can with them. Here we have religious fanatics lamenting something or another.
WIP for a new project — this is my version of “The Battle of Alghieri” by Leonardo DaVinci. I suppose copping DaVinci seems presumptuous… but I was really into DaVinci’s drawing of this scene when I was growing up and then I discovered there are dozens of different versions by many different artists of this same painting. Haven’t quite figured out some of the things… and I took some liberties. Horses are really hard to draw.
Another recent work for Goodman Games.
Insert joke about Kathy Griffin here.
Recent work for Goodman Games.