Saturday, April 25, 2009

Really Big Weapons are Neat

This is yet another concept for the Art Order blog. This time, Jon had us designing a huge weapon that would strike fear into the hearts of any advancing enemies. Well, I had a lot of fun with this one. Of course, my initial inclination was to make a weapon so massive it would have been downright ridiculous. Instead, I settled for a size that was only slightly ridiculous.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Putrescence...What a Great Word

Here is another preview from Crimson Coast that was spoiled on The Price of Defiance Warlord fan site. In case you missed it, here is the Warlord link:

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Urvogel Dinogloth

This sketch was originally intended for this week's "Art Order" concept sketch, but I just didn't have enough time between projects to finish it before the deadline. Anyway, the idea was to create an undead demon dinosaur, which quite frankly is the best concept idea ever.

My favorite dinosaur is Archaeopteryx, so naturally I chose to model my idea around it. In the end I think it looks more like a cross between a phoenix and a dragon, but it was fun.

On a side note, zombie demon dinosaurs would be the most disappointed among the undead. It would take an incredible amount of energy to bring down a living dinosaur and they would only be rewarded with walnut-sized brains. What a pity.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Crimson Coast Preview

One of the cards that I created for Warlord: Crimson Coast has been previewed. She is a Selkie of the Free Kingdoms - a creature that is half human, half seal. The newest expansion pack is due for release on April 30th. For more info, visit the Warlord blog at

Watercolor, Gouache, Colored Pencil

Sunday, April 5, 2009

"Bromide" Concept

This another sketch for the "Art Order" blog based upon the concept of the "Bromide Race". Basically, the idea was to create a plant-based humanoid character. Since I love gardening and have many different strange plants at home, it was quite fun to combine several influences to create this guy - or girl. Actually, I think they would be asexual.