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Spider Dragon

Check out this charmer. When I talk about re-skinning monsters, this is the sort of critter that can result. My skill doesn’t distill down an image to the sort of nightmare fuel I can describe or imagine, but it will … Continue reading

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Dwarf pictures.

I don’t want to be unproductive, but my day fried me and I needed to do some emotional hygene instead of doubling down. Sometimes that’s how it goes. So, kick on some music and make a little art and defy … Continue reading

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The Courage of Drawing in Ink

I’m feeling the anxiety of approaching the finish line and releasing things I cannot take back. Tonight I fight back with the courage of art. Here’s the ambition of it. One rush, using sharpie marker on paper, no plan, doing … Continue reading

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Leggzes

For my upcoming Murderhobo Remix scenario. These light-eating space plankton are almost the size of horses, they levitate along (albeit slowly) and can carry amazing loads. They are quite stupid, but docile and obedient. The main trick to teach them … Continue reading

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Monster commission: Grim

Description: Grims are two-headed relatives of ghouls, more intelligent than the ghouls, they often command them. I got a copy of Blood and Treasure, so I could actually see the kind of art that was in the project already. Man! Great … Continue reading

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Another monster commission: Melting Man

MELTING MAN. Like a zombie with dripping, waxy flesh that always seems to be melting and running.  First I thought I’d just map out the negative space and have a very abstract black and white, but that didn’t feel right. As it … Continue reading

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More commissioned monster pictures

“Fire Freak – The fire freak is the undead remains of a pyromaniac – they are capable of igniting themselves. They look like charred, hairless corpses with cracked and blistered skin, broad smiles and fiery eyes.” “Ceiling creeps are humanoid-shaped … Continue reading

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