and they lived happily ever after

Revisit: The Vacation is Over

After half a day of house cleaning, I discovered a long lost stash of old artwork. So I thought I’d post some of them on the blog and link to their final versions elsewhere (or on this blog itself if available.) Here are pencils for the artwork for “The Vacation Is Over” piece for the SWAG Member Theme Art Contest […]

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Blow up cyborg priests and goats as you explore space derelicts

Void Vultures Scribblings

Void Vultures is a role-playing game by Josh Roby and Ryan Macklin where players take the roles of space derelict retrieval personnel – salvage experts, so to speak. Space is littered with dead, derelict starships and space stations and players will have to salvage them. However, it’s no easy task since the old derelicts might have perils such as alien […]

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Benthic what?

D6 Magazine: Down Below Redux

So, anyway… under the sea, I take it that it’s better down where it’s wetter; and also where they devote full time to floating. However, the sturgeon and the ray do not get the urge and start to play in the adventure Down Below in the upcoming Halloween issue of D6 Magazine! Gamemasters and players of OpenD6 system of role-playing […]

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Carrion Crawlers

Dark Times in Brighton

Recently DWD Studios commissioned two black and white artwork for their Labyrinth Lord-compatible RPG product Dark Times in Brighton, an adventure for 1st – 2nd Level characters. The first is a goblin throne room with the adventuring party sneaking upon the host behind pillars and stuff. Click on the thumb below to view it. The second is the same adventuring […]

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NOW she's part of the world

A Little Mermaid of Some Sort

Another Art Jammers art jam was deigned to be about us artists jamming art on characters from one universe jammed into another universe. I thought perhaps some people would find it gratifying to see Disney’s The Little Mermaid transposed into the ending of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid. Happily ever after? NO, NOT YOURS!

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Worst shaving accident ever

D6 Magazine: Down Below

Halloween, being a permanent fixture to the month of October, has inspired the upcoming issue of D6 Magazine to have horror-themed articles. The third issue of the online magazine continues to deliver articles, adventures and interviews for the Open D6 gaming community. Here is a sneak peek to illustrations I did for a horror adventure set deep under the sea, […]

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SFX at the link below

Batman Punches People

After having Bruce (Wayne) punched by Carol (Ferris) and upsetting Selena (not Kyle), it’s time for Batman to go punch some other dudes. Don’t say I never did anything for you, Selena! Haha! Larger image can be found here. Version with NSFW sound effects can be with Ryan (Rhodes), who suggested this warm-up sketch.

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Human Fly 15

The Human Fly: Cornered

Here’s my second submission to Cornered blog, as curated by Calamity Jon Morris. This time it’s The Human Fly! I had issue 15 way back when which taught me that The Human Fly was a real guy in real life and there was an elevator going up the Washington Monument. Click here to view the Cornered entry! And go check […]

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Or is that really Moonstone?

Carol Punches Bruce

Before Aidilfitri, I went down to The Gardens, a mall in the Mid Valley arcology. There I bought a Copic Ciao brush pen. When I first found it, I asked it, “Where have you been all my life?” What can I do with a brush pen? Here’s what, as illustrated with a quick sketch of Ms. Marvel and the Hulk […]

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The ultimate sockpuppet RPG for kids

Play Argyle and Crew With Your Kids!

Argyle and Crews: Adventure in the Land of Skcos is a simple and fun role-playing game produced by Benjamin Gerber which is designed to be played with very young children… using sock puppets! I contributed three pieces of art for this project, including line art for the cover. The ultimate sockpuppet RPG for kids The game is released under the […]

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And Then Some SWAG Character Requests

It’s the couple of days lull before I leave town for Eid-ul-Fitr vacation at the in-laws, so I had some free time to take on some Star Wars Artists’ Guild requests. Here are three character requests I picked up. I used a new Copicmarker Ciao ink brush I just purchased for their line art. Click on their individual links to […]

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Clark and cats

Superman Saves Cats!

You know what I miss about Superman? Him being sometimes ridiculous and fun. Here’s a tribute to the fun and ridiculous Silver Age Superman with the best ending in the world ever. This might have occurred just after Luthor stole 40 cakes. Click here to view a larger image on DeviantArt.

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Heidimore Ruthergens

Ruthermore’s First Cover

Ruthermore Heidigens and the Fifth Planet is the first of David Leyman’s Ruthermore Heidigens science fiction novellas. It features the most powerful wizard in the known universe, simply because he’s the only wizard in the universe. His powers are real, but are they really of a magical source? Here’s the cover for the book I painted recently in watercolour:

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