Sunday, December 4, 2011

Weeklings #1

So last weekend I though I'd start a little weekly illustration game; I had a couple of bites (new blog, whaddya expect?), and here are the results of Jeremy Duncan's request for "the Captain of the Centipede King's Amazon Bodyguard." 

Who's up for Round Two?

7 comments:

  1. How about an illustration of a halfling chef wizard? He has a chef's hat and a ladle, and is chubby. He's my current PC, and cooks a lovely breakfast :)

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  2. Thanks! Very cool, indeed. Completely different from what I was imagining, but in an awesome way. Wouldn't look out of place at all in someone's Dark Sun campaign.

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  3. Hook Giant

    Hook Giants are the definition of a misunderstood creature. Magical by nature, the Les Pays (hobbit type creatures)once worshiped them as the children of the Gods placed upon the land. Standing 7 feet tall with abnormally long hands shaped like sickles and bodies with thick hair colored green and brass. They have a very short thick neck and prominent single eye.

    These creatures are abnormally fond of raw sugar cane.

    Thanks.

    http://betweengoodandawful.blogspot.com/2011/08/monsters-of-st-sean-randomly-generated.html

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  4. Hi,

    Apologies for the off-topic comment, but I couldn't find a contact email for you.

    I've recently put out an ebook of my writing, called The New Death and others. It's mostly short stories, with some obvious gamer-interest material. For example I have a story inspired by OD&D elves, as well as poems which retell Robert E Howard's King Kull story The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune and HP Lovecraft's Under the Pyramids.

    I was wondering if you'd be interested in doing a review on your blog (either a normal book review, or a review of its suitability as gaming inspiration).

    If so, please let me know your email, and what file format is easiest for you, and I'll send you a free copy. You can email me (news@apolitical.info) or reply to this thread.

    You can download a sample from Smashwords:

    http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/92126

    I'll also link to your review from my blog.

    Yours,
    James.

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  5. @ Simon - I'll see what I can do.

    @ Jeremy - yeah. I'd be up for Dark Sun any day :)

    @ Jason - sounds cool.

    @ Anarchist. Thanks! I appreciate your consideration, unfortunately I really don't think I'm the right guy for giving reviews on this sort of thing. Best of luck.

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  6. From my own Santicore request (no spoilers here, since this was just used as an example)

    A plain where armored knights ride charging rhinos.

    That would a fear inspiring sight, wouldn't it?

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