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Campaign art by Malessa

cthuluftaghn

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Here is the character sketch my wife did for her PC in the Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil campaign... the druid, Willow.

 
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cthuluftaghn

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This is Malessa's pencil sketch of the lousy bard from the Inn of the Welcome Wench... Redithidoor.

 
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cthuluftaghn

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This is the sketch she did based on the drawing of Lareth the Beautiful that appears in the module.

 
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cthuluftaghn

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This is my wife's pencil sketch of Maridosen... the young, female bartender with an attitude from the Inn of the Welcome Wench. I bet you never knew she was such a hottie.

 
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Darkness

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Quite nice - I really wish my pencil sketches were of this quality... :)
 

Malessa

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Thank you

Thank you for your comment. I havent picked up a pencil in years until now, so its encouraging to know that my drawings are liked.

I will be trying to help my husbands campaign with the sketches of people, places, and oh yes, monsters...

Helpful criticism is always welcomed, and so are ideas.......
 
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Jodo Kast

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Great work, Malessa! You realize now that Gann Tolar's efforts will be divided betwixt smiting evil and attempting to bed Maridosen? This does not bode well for the party ....

Seriously though, great work. I'm especially impressed with the eyes and lips on Maridosen, and the eye on the shield of Lareth.
 

Malessa

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Actually I started that picture of Maridosen years, years ago. I think it was a "Guess" add in a Glamor Magazine of a real life black and white photo. I colored in the poka-dot blouse and finished sketching out her hair and asked my husband if he could use it in his campaign, since it's an ever growing list of needed material. Therefore Maridosen was born......
 
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Darkness

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Re: Thank you

Malessa said:
Thank you for your comment. I havent picked up a pencil in years until now, so its encouraging to know that my drawings are liked.

I will be trying to help my husbands campaign with the sketches of people, places, and oh yes, monsters...

Helpful criticism is always welcomed, and so are ideas.......
I like pencil sketches and I think that they can really help a gaming session - and yours are really good. :cool:
Heh. In fact, looking at them makes me want to start practicing drawing again... :)

Oh, and welcome to the boards, Malessa and cthulhuftaghn, by the way. :)
 

Malessa

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Thank you!

Here is my sketch for the PC Endora, paladin of Heironeous.

 
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cthuluftaghn

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Giant Frog

Here is the Giant Frog that tried to eat our halfing rogue. Malessa did this freehand. I think it's practically photo quality! I truly have an amazing wife... in so many ways :)

 
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cthuluftaghn

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Inn of the Welcome Wench

Well, I did this one myself. I haven't drawn a picture in about 15 years, so it's surely not professional quality. I'm fairly proud of it, however. Hey... I did my best!
 

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cthuluftaghn

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A change of pace

I made this for my buddy's Star Wars campaign. You can check out his impressive journal over in the Story Hour (Tales from the Outer Rim, by Jodo Kast).

This is pure Paint Shop Pro... no expensive 3D graphic utilities. The ship, named the Rim Runner in this campaign, is obviously a doctored-up image of the Millenium Falcon (notice how I moved the cockpit to the middle, instead of on the side).

The rest of the picture, however.... including the starry backdrop, planet, moon, and title (and all the textures and light angles that go with them)... are made 100% from scratch in PSP.
 

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cthuluftaghn

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A change of pace

Here's a sample of how some of the layers were put together in the picture above (for those of you that have asked before how such effects are created). Some of the layers... such as the primary circle of the moon, the clouds on the planet, and the glows... are all white, so I didn't bother to paste them into this image.

Note: I copied the layers one-at-a-time from my original image and pasted them on to a white background to create this crude collage... that's why there are white rings around some of the images here that don't appear above.
 

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cthuluftaghn

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The Druid's Grove

Here is Jaroo's druid grove in Hommlet. Again, this is all Paint Shop Pro. I used a lot of the preset picture tubes that come with the program, such as the spruce, the trees, the flowers, the grass blades, and clouds. It was really just a matter of assembling them and adjusting the lights and shading.
 

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