Epidiah Ravachol (of Dread and Time and Temp fame) has created a nanoRPG called Vast & Starlit. And by nano, I mean a business card sized game.
This is a scene from said game. Not the actual game, but an imaginary version of it in which frog-monsters battle four-armed skull monsters over territory that nobody wants. Or needs.
I wanted to do a timely illustration of retiring Pope Benedict MCMXLVII. Instead, he kind of looks like a lich. Which may, or may not be satire.
Wizards of the Coast had an art contest to coincide with their re-release of the A-Series of modules. I did an homage to Erol Otus’ back cover painting from Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords.
A fun one for MentalFloss magazine’s Jan/Feb issue! 50 Berkeley Square is a London townhouse believed to be haunted as far back as the mid 1800’s—the reclusive owner at the time let the place fall apart, and there are tales of ghosts there that have frightened visitors to death!
The article is about whether the mysterious owner, Mr. Myers, was actually the inspiration for Dickens’ Miss Havisham from Great Expectations. My AD wanted an image of a modern person exploring a decayed & spooky Georgian style townhouse, so here you have it! More on my blog.
New work by one of my favorite illustrators!
I did a weekly webcomic for ten years (from January of 2000 to January of 2010). I decided to do a new comic in the series, just to scratch that old itch.
Ex-Mirage Studios/ Ninja Turtle artist Jim Lawson is running a Kickstarter to fund his new comic Dragonfly:
My contributor copy of Gaming Globally: Production, Play and Place arrived! (My chapter is called Equip Shield: The Role of Semipermeable Cultural Isolation in the History of Games and Comics.)