Thursday, July 24, 2014

Character Illustrations Part 1

A selection of 25+ year old RPG character drawings.

Welcome to my Retro series, where I share creations from yesteryear. Click on the Retro label to peruse all the past articles.

Here are some of my fantasy character illustrations created in the mid to late 80s.  They were all drawn with technical pens, markers, and colored pencils. I used The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe as reference.

These images are also on my Deviant Art account.

Hope you enjoy!

Elfin John
Elf - Fighter/Magic-User/Thief
D&D
 
Arcoten
Human - Warrior
WHFRPG

Human - Fighter
D&D

Human - Ranger
D&D

Human - Magic-User
D&D

Halfling - Rogue
WHFRPG

Human - Thief (Posing as Magic-User)
D&D

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Talisman Island Blog Mention

Just a short announcement today. I was mentioned in a recent blog post over at Talisman Island!


About a month ago, in this post, I shared the first batch of the images I sent to Talisman Island of a selection of my painted Talisman figures.

Keep an eye out for the second group of images (sneak peek below). Recently, as mentioned in this article, Talisman, Citadel Miniatures and Blogging, they will be posted in the near future! Suh-weet!



Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Deathwatch Miniatures Gallery

My friend and game master of our Dark Heresy and Deathwatch campaigns, Adeptus-B took pictures of some of our terrain and figures yesterday. Most of the models are his creations, but a few of my figures and terrain pieces make an appearance.

Here is his post:

I have a new-ish camera that I've been meaning to play with, so I decided to take some pictures of my Deathwatch Kill-Team (codename: Blackthorn!). The camera has no manual focus, only auto-focus, so I wasn't able to get any clear pics of individual figures (-since the camera, in its wisdom, usually chooses to focus on some random background element rather than what I'm trying to photograph). So, this batch of pics will be group shots demonstrating a variety of my terrain collection.



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