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    Quote Originally Posted by hero4hire View Post
    Or click the link in his sig. 45 bucks per character IIRC.

    Yup. hero4hire is right.

    The next 4 pics are from our Danger Patrol game. The last two sessions, over the last 3 weeks. DP is a retro scifi rpg. And does the breathless pacing, cliffhanger action that was so indicative of yesteryears action scifi.

    Here is the link to the Danger Patrol website, which is just the rules. Beta rules are the better ones and the latest ones. This is a fun game, always generates images for me to doodle at the table.

    Danger Patrol - Action/Adventure Roleplaying in the World of Tomorrow

    First up is the "Carniforous Rex", the terrible pun given vicious life by our GM, Pete.



    I drew Max Mercury in an early game, but I thought he was a robot... he ain't. He be a cyborg with a toothy smile. So, its a redux sketch time!



    The Thorn Samurai were definetly a thorn in our side 2 eps ago. Trying to sacrifice a few of members in the jungles of Venus.



    Lastly, was definitely a "gal with guns" night... as both Nikita and Princess Alura had impact on the ep. I also noodled the kumite opponent for Singapore Sam, Ivan Ivanovitch, the Sultan of Sambo, the Crimson Terror. And i did a quick noodle-doodle of one of the 3 Pyramids of Mars, the runic, mystical starships that were causing so much trouble.




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    a couple of sketches from our Burning Wheel game. You can see the latest actual play report here (and in that thread are links to earlier actual play reports in 13 Cities game down at bottom in "tags" section)

    In which the god-killers are given their bullets...

    First up is Aaron's Marcus, the senator and gray knight of Occulae. A master politician and a fierce halberd wielding warrior.



    And Pete's Nikodemus, the assassin who now is finally a licensed godkiller.



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    Well, it is that time again. Time for the Art Order contest. We had a good month and 1/2 to complete it and I took advantage of that, doing mine in oil.

    Here is the gist. The setting is Gamma World. We were to take 2 critters and mash them together. I went a bit out of the box and did cyberlife and veggie life.

    My idea was to mesh plant and cybernetic life and I got the Cyber Veggie men. Bleh... really need a better name for them. Basically, in faux science terms, plant life got enough brain power to merge with bits and pieces of computers from yesteryear and create superfast connections and become sentient.

    Anyway, since they don't really sleep (get sluggish during the night), don't eat (photosynthesis takes care of that) and they process information at lightning speeds, they are voracious readers. They consider themselves caretakers of knowledge and histories and lots and lots of useless information... they will read anything, car manuals, old People magazines of people long dead and even something called role playing games.

    Like I said, Oil, 11.5 x 15. The original is for sale. As are printing rights, if it can fit anyone's needs... this is truly an odd one!



    If you want to see the other folks submissions and we broke the record on this contest for number of submissions, check out the Art Order link here. (you do have to scroll down a bit as other posts have been put up):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storn View Post
    My idea was to mesh plant and cybernetic life and I got the Cyber Veggie men. Bleh... really need a better name for them.
    How about "Vegepygmies"? (Expedition to the Barrier Peaks)

    In your Gamma World, is Manhattan flooded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TarionzCousin View Post
    How about "Vegepygmies"? (Expedition to the Barrier Peaks)

    In your Gamma World, is Manhattan flooded?

    yup, that was what I was trying to convey, it is flooded somewhat.


    First up, my good friend John C. Hocking won the Harper's Pen Award for his short story, Face in the Sea, published in Black Gate Magazine. And your's truly did the artwork. An excerpt is over at Black Gate, Link Here:

    Black Gate Fiction Excerpt: The Face in the Sea

    By the way, Black Gate consistently puts out great short stories and has a nice little RPG review section. If you haven't checked it out, you owe it to yourself, you should.



    Next up is a Battle Nun for Death Tribble.



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    Good to see your artwork agian storn.
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    Sorry folks, I've been quite absent from the various forums and threads that I usually post to. I've been busy with a local move, my studio is still only 80% set up. I've been working on publisher's stuff that is NDA and cannot share. And I've been a bit overwhelmed energy-wise and enjoying a few hours loafing at Cayuga lake this summer.

    But I'm back and I'm posting artwork again. Here are a couple of pieces.

    First up, another WotC artblog contest from awhile back. This time we had to work from a particular model, Veronika Kotlajic, who so generously gave us permission to work from several photographs she supplied. NOT WORK SAFE!!! Here is her website: Perfect Muse - Home of Model & Muse Veronika Kotlajic NOT WORK SAFE!!!

    I supplemented her photos with some of my own girlfriend holding the sword there...but y'all ain't gonna see those photos. Heh. So, in this challenge, I was going for a 50s crime novel covers (like those of my fav, R.A. Macguire) crossed with those sorta collage/movie poster covers of the 60s but smack dab in the fantasy genre. This is oil. About 35 hours. And it is up for grabs if anyone has a project that it could be used for...



    Next is Turtle Armor for Death Tribble. Modify a Star Wars At-At, driven by a dwarf...and this is what tumbled out. I kinda like this one.



    Lastly, we have Heart Girl. A super heroine created by a 6 year old girl and I worked from her sketches! This was just a fun, sweet commission to be working on. Her dad wanted Heart Girl in 3 poses and that is what I did.





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    As always storns artwork that delivers on so many levels...
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    I like the idea of re-making kids drawings I first heard of something like that with Dave Devries' The Monster Engine - A Journey Into Children's Imaginations , but it was focusing a lot on the expressionistic aspect. Gogo, Heart Girl!
    "Two little goblins, out in the sun. Down came a griffin, and there was one."

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