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+Joe Salvador has published his Eldritch Tales: Lovecraftian White Box Role Playing Game. It is worth checking out.

I have to say that Joe nailed the layout on this thing, it is crisp, and fresh, his usage of colors, and graphics is professional, and fits the setting to a tee. I have yet to read through the entire manuscript, but I am sure that it is great.

He seamlessly captures the feel of horror and the 1920's.

+Eric Lofgren's Cover is fantastic for capturing the Lovecraft feel.

Thanks again Joe for letting be apart of this fantastically produced product!

The book looks great and is offered through RPGNow here: https://www.rpgnow.com/product/250356/Eldritch-Tales-Lovecraftian-White-Box-RolePlaying?src=hottest
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Pirate adventures continue... pre-sketch for the next one... assault on skull island!
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Final inks on this one. Piratey goodness. Nothing planned for this, just good exercise!
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Crazy poses! As an artist i find it easier sometimes to pose for shots. This time i am certainly dressed for success! +Jeff Talanian
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8/3/18
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Jump on the band wagon! Everyones doing it! Come on these are great.
NEW HYPERBOREA ADVENTURES! Available now in PDF for $10 each -- two new adventures for Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea (AS&SH): "The Anthropophagi of Xambaala", by Corey Walden, and "The Beasts of Kraggoth Manor", by Tim Callahan.

http://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/4453/North-Wind-Adventures
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8/2/18
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Another pirate themes piece-again a warm up for the day.
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Final inks on this one.
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On the drawing board.
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Some of you knew, some of you didnt, but I just returned from a two week excursion to the great state of Alaska, where I recharged my batteries and took in some of the rugged nature that this planet still has to offer. It was an epic adventure, and one me and my family will not forget. Took some inspiring pictures while I was there, but when I was going thru them I couldnt help but think of Hyperborea. The starkness of it. So, here is my very weak attempt at converting digitally an image of Exit Glacier near the port town of Seward into Hyperborea. Really just playing with the paintbrushes in Clip Studio for the fun of it, call it experimental.

As an artist, I am always challenged with what the Hyperborean sky looks like at any given moment. Ours is blue, and our sun is yellow (mostly), so with a red giant shining down, is the Hyperborean sky red? Is it red all the time? What are your thoughts. My only experience with a truely red sky here on earth is at sunset is Hyperborea always at sunset?

Disclaimer; this really is a poor attempt, but what the hell...
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Any cool game stores in Anchorage Ak?
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