Porg Greyhelm

Rebel SpecPorg

Sketch Wars on Twitter had a porg theme over the week, so I thought I’d chip in with a porg wearing Rebel SpecForce outfit for some reason or other. Well, I thought it was hilarious. Here are some of the other participants’ pictures: Part 1 of this week’s #sketchwarsdrawingclub – THANK YOU everyone who submitted their great artwork! ❤️ it all ☺️ pic.twitter.com/0fck96VIeu — Sketch Wars ✖️ (@SketchWars) July 29, 2017 Part 2 of this week’s #sketchwarsdrawingclub – THANK YOU everyone who submitted their great artwork! ❤️ it all ☺️ #porgs #starwars pic.twitter.com/O9Psvk4KvX — Sketch Wars ✖️ (@SketchWars) July 29, 2017 Part 3 of this week’s #sketchwarsdrawingclub – THANK YOU everyone who submitted their great artwork! ❤️ it all ☺️ #porgs #starwars pic.twitter.com/snDVyKKBpy — Sketch Wars ✖️ (@SketchWars) July 29, 2017 Part 4 of this week’s #sketchwarsdrawingclub – THANK YOU everyone who submitted their great artwork! ❤️ it all ☺️ […]

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Cannibal Halfling Gaming

Cannibal Halfling Logo Commission

Two years ago ago, I did a unit logo patch for Seamus Conneely’s Star Wars RPG campaign. Seamus recently contacted me again to commission a logo for his website Cannibal Halfling Gaming. The site features reviews, essays and adventure logs of many tabletop roleplaying games. Click on the halfling below to view the full image.

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Balik kampung with car

Early Ramadhan in Perak

I drew the artwork above while in Sitiawan. It was the start of the second week of Ramadhan when we all drove to Perak for a long weekend to buka puasa with Irfan’s grandparents. Also, there was some business to be had in Ipoh with Wan Cu and family facilitating said business. It has been a while since we drove to their house in Ipoh from Sitiawan. I nearly got lost because the phone could not acquire the GPS signal long enough to tell us which direction we should take. But because of the ordeal we underwent, I think I will be able to remember it from now on. We left for home from Ipoh, heading north and parting ways with Atok and Opan at Wan Cu’s place.

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Where everybeing knows your name

FrontierSpace Chapter Pages

Besides robots, I have also submitted some chapter pages to DwD Studios for FrontierSpace. I feel bad for the slow output though. The semester is almost over, so things might go faster after. The role-playing game is currently being playtested. Watch this space for the release of FrontierSpace from DwD Studios !

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Snicker snicker snicker

All Night’s Black Agents Artwork on the Blog

The other RPG campaign I played in more-or-less regularly with the Gamers of Kuala Lumpur crew is Night’s Black Agents where we played an group of international freelance agents with contacts with various countries’ espionage network who were embroiled in a plot to take over the world. With dogs. Who might be sentient vampires. Also, an infectious hemovirus pathogen. Here are all the drawings I made for various actual play reports I wrote for the campaign on this blog.

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It was a banner year on Venus

All Eclipse Phase Artwork on the Blog

Over the years I drew pictures for the actual play reports of Eclipse Phase that I played with the GOKL crew, I have never collected all the artwork in a single post… until now. Click on the images to expand them.   So many other occurrences that I did not during various earlier GMing sessions before I started writing the play reports, such as… Cable tumbling down Olympus Mons for two sessions — at least the team breaking Hokusai out of a sushi bar driving with neo-chimpanzee trucker BJ the Bear that time Bishop was sleeved in the neo-corvid morph (a.k.a the “chicken suit”) for a reconnaissance mission at the 2309 Mr. Spock asteroid habitat in the Belt which turned into a one-man battle scenario while the others watched remotely from their ship and that one time the team travelled to a protected section at the centre of Mars, discovered […]

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A Vespa by Putrajaya artists

Kangar Street Art Photos

I was busy all through to the end of 2016 that I was oblivious to stuff happening in Kangar. For example, I recently discovered an alley near the centre of town which had been adorned by colourful street art apparently painted by schoolchildren from all over Malaysia. I thought I would take a couple of photos for documentation’s sake, because this must have been a really fun event for the attendees.

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Sorry Mama

Yaya Creates Art

It is a wonder to see my niece’s Alya’s artistic skills develop, receiving updates from my sister. She is not only becoming quite the artist, but her skills in digital art using rudimentary art tools are now very impressive for her age! Here are a couple of drawings Alya made that Sila emailed me over the last couple of weeks: These are made freehand and with a mouse. I have also suggested they buy a graphics tablet for her and her brother to draw with. Perhaps they could use something more complicated than Paint; such as GIMP or Krita.

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Raniq Arae

Raniq Arae – Jedi Pilot

Erik Jensen commissioned a drawing of his wife – who is a huge Star Wars fan – as a purple lightsabre swinging Jedi who also happens to be an X-wing fighter pilot. Also included is the astromech droid designated BB-2. This is one of the rare instances where I draw an original Star Wars character which is not involved in any RPG campaigns.

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Saurials of the Lost Vale

The Saurials of the Lost Vale

Over the weekend, I worked on an art commission for Chris Constantin’s upcoming update for his book The Saurials of the Lost Vale! Drawing fantasy dinosaur people will never ever be uncool. Dinosaurs that did not make the cut from the concept pencils were a dimorphodon, an allosaurus and a psittacosaurus. Features included in this Dungeons and Dragons supplement include: The History of the Saurials and what has happened to them since the Finder Stone trilogy. The Saurials, now updated for 5e Dungeons and Dragons. The Lost Vale – gateway to Anauroch. The Saurial Homeworld – rediscovered and fleshed out. The Saurials of the Lost Vale is available from the Dungeon Masters Guild website here!

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Droid dust up

CH-33Z vs K-2SO

The Star Wars Show on YouTube called for more fanart from the internet of their mascot MSE-6 mouse droid CH-33Z. As I have since been told that I am – more or less – part of this “internet”, then here is something I made which includes a cameo appearance of Rogue One‘s own Imperial droid K-2SO.

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