My illustration of two dinosaurs hanging out together. I had this sketch sitting around from a few months back and I inked it in over the weekend. They are not supposed to represent any actual species of dinosaurs. I just made them up .
More work for the RPG publisher Esoterica Exhumed https://landofnod.blog/ This is an illustration of a warrior riding a dragon. The warrior has armor with a lion motif, a scimitar, a crescent-shaped shield and a collection of heads. He has held on to the heads of some of his fallen enemies. The setting has an Ancient Persian inspired theme. This illustration was created for NOD. NOD is a bi-monthly gaming magazine for old school hex crawl games.
More work for a client the RPG publisher Esoterica Exhumed https://landofnod.blog/ This is an illustration of a fleeing centaur with a half-faun hanging on. They are fleeing from some terrible fate. The setting has an Ancient Persian inspired theme. This illustration and the next illustration I will post later this week were created for NOD. NOD is a bi-monthly gaming magazine for old school hex crawl games.
This is another illustration inspired by Space 1889 the tabletop role playing game of Victorian era space adventure. This is my version of a High Martian warrior from Mars. In the game the High Martians are savage and primitive by comparison to all the other peoples of Mars. They are the terror of the skies of Mars. They are shown as having odd leather looking outfits, four fingered hands and feet and they fly somehow with flying squirrel like skin flaps.
This is my illustration inspired by Space 1889 the tabletop role-playing game of Victorian-era space-faring created by Frank Chadwick in 1988. The game presented an alternate history in which discredited Victorian scientific theories were instead found to be true and have led to the existence of new technologies that can transport mankind through the luminiferous aether of space (universal medium that permeates space, based on a now outdated scientific theory). The great powers of Europe discover the other planets it be inhibited and go on a new round of imperial colonization of our planetary neighbors. This is an illustration is of a British officer and his female associate deep in the swamps of Venus. Venus is often depicted in early science fiction literature as being warmer, but still habitable by humans.
Had fun with the retro looking machinery that makes up the walls in this illustration. The woman is an exoplanetary biologist looking with some pride at a particularly dangerous creature she managed to capture alive. I sketched this illustration out for Inktober, but just found the time to ink it in this week. Has some shades of the movie The Shape of Water. However, this interspecies pair do not seem to be on good terms. I still have not been able to see Guillermo del Toro’s latest movie.