Monday, March 30, 2015

Tarn Thrice-Cursed

This was done for the upcoming Wayfinder Magazine, issue # 13:

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The illustration is based off of this excerpt from a short story by author Scott Young:
"The vales around are inhabited by the fey, and any non-human is often suspected of being a faerie in disguise. As I strode down what passed for the main street, an elderly lady muttered something under her breath and threw a bent horseshoe nail at me – presumably to see if I recoiled from the sting of cold iron."

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Quoven vs Forte

This is a piece I made for my friend Jason Ford's Kickstarter campaign. A print of it was given to backers if funding for his comic book hit a certain stretch goal.

The guy on the left is Forte, a main character from Jason's comic, The Servant.

The character on the right is Quoven the monk, a character Jason plays in our Pathfinder game.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Rock Throwing Troll

I illustrated one of the monsters that I threw at the players in my Pathfinder game/podcast, Douglas and Dragons.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Death Ranger

This was done as a commission. I was pretty free to do whatever I wanted, as long as it was creepy and the character had antlers. It turned out to be one of my favorite pieces that I've ever done.

There's also an animated version:

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Sci-fi Spellcaster Sketch

While I will keep adding art from the last 8 months to this blog in the coming week, I'll also post current sketches. So, I was sketching some poses last night and liked this one. Fleshed it out as a nude and then added a simple outfit design. Nude sketch after the break:

Recent Sketches

I've made a lot of stuff since the last time I posted here, which was 8 months ago! For more frequent updates, or if you don't want to wait for me to share everything here over the next week, check out my Deviant Art page, Instagram, or my Facebook. I'm also chattering away on Twitter most days. Anyway, I'll do some frequent updates here to get caught up. Today, we'll start with some sketches done while gaming and during meetings.