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PUNJAR 50K Spinner

Originally debuted at GenCon last year , this was the art I used and should be using again this year.

A lot of the possible results of this spinner are either open to interpretation or yet to be created. It was/is a good thing to have to show a player "this is what the game is" and good for inspiring quick ideas for DMs to riff from.
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...and finally scanning is imminent.
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This could also go in the Faeries and Green Men Collection.
There's a little bit of context here for the four seasons faeries I posted a couple of days ago.
I might eventually just post the old faeries images separately too.

http://dougkovacs.com/dkblog/?p=361

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Fall

The final one completed of the series. Which I think is my personal favorite, but probably makes the most sense in the context of all four.


Acrylic on paper 2009 
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Spring

This was the only one of the series I did during a brief time living on the west coast. Compare the background in this one to the background in Winter which is obviously not southern California.

Spring was the third one I completed.

Acrylic on paper 2008 
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Summer

Another of the four seasons faeries.

This was the first one completed. I don't think I knew at the time I had started a series.

Acrylic on paper signed 05 and 08 because I think I went back in and updated after I finished Spring.
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Winter

One of the 4 seasons faeries.
They were not actually completed in the order of the seasons if you pay attention to dates they were signed.

Acrylic on paper 2007


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A barbarian throne on top of a war elephant squashed up and rolled in a ball? Sure , why not.

Another concept drawing for the WotC Dreamblade collectible miniature game.

This one did get made.
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Thursday. Noon.
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Old Interior from DCC #18. 3rd Edition D&D era
I think this was the second DCC book I worked on.
roughly 12 years old 
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