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    Icarus
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    PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 12:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

    Can it really have been so long, AGAIN?!?!?!

    So, here it is, a couple of years later, and things have changed *so* much!
    I'm the owner/admin of Greyhawkonline.com, and I've been doing a lot of things lately, including producing the Oerth Journal. Issue #28 just came out, and the website is getting over 1,200 users a month.

    But, I realized today this thread was kind of older now, and it's links have been broken AGAIN. Damnable hosting services!
    So, I went all the way through the links, again, and updated them all. again.

    So, here, I'm gonna make some posts, including some newer stuff. ...
    Here's a couple for a project that I unfortunately didn't get to finish - because I really loved these two pieces. They were for a Pathfinder 3rd Party Publisher, who was writing an adventure at the time.

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    PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 1:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

    Here's another one
    This was for a private commission I got, randomly, from the 'net.
    A fella had been Googling for images of a hippogriff and found mine (that's posted further upthread), and really liked the art.
    So, he bounced link -to-link, and landed on my online gallery which -for obvious reason- has contact information. So, he commissioned this heraldry.
    It's completely made-up, but, we were going for a certain kind of look

    Anyway, here's one of the work-in-progress sketches for it. It has a phoenix, a falcon, and a hippogriff, along with several individual symbols he was interested in like a scale, book, cadency mark, and motto (which, I think, was "Greatness is Earned").

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    PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 2:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

    Here's two more, which are both from the seminar we did called "Celebrating Greyhawk: A Fandom Rennaisance" at GaryCon XI. The seminar handout became the first-ever print edition of the Oerth Journal (#28).
    The first piece, the gryphon rider, was from the cover and the banshee wailing underwater was interior artwork for an adventure in the same handout that went to attendees of the seminar we did the panel for.

    The gryphon and rider were inspired by the cover of the City of Greyhawk Boxed set.
    Also, that banshee is a killer!! Written by Carlos Lising, the catacomb tomb she's in was compromised and flooded which means the sound of her magical scream is transmitted through the water and affects a MUCH larger area than normal! Like, almost the whole level!!
    I apologize, in advance, to all the players who die from it, for my part in making the horrific creature come to life. Wink


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    PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 6:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

    This work is great. Please post more!
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