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Ian Hagan
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Just trying to make it in the gaming world.
Just trying to make it in the gaming world.

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Necromatic Giant Power-Fist OR I took way too long making this.
Hey folks, been a while since I last posted, this is mostly because I got sucked into making this thing look as "perfect" as I could. So far, I only have a 5e version, but I will create an OSR/OD&D version soon enough. I'll update the post with the second v...
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These are awesome ideas, I wish I had thought of them first.
Magic whistles. Special whistles. Good vibrations / bad vibrations.
[Magic Item] Whistles!
[Magic Item] Whistles!
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Brain-Themed Pin OR A new item with improved mechanics and color!
Hi folks! Here is a Brain-Themed pin whose stats work equally well for OSR/OD&D as well as 5e. I have also included an improve versions of my crazy magic pipe in super-awesome color! This version works for OSR and 5e. Art by: Me   Text:  A pin the length of...
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Illustrations Without Words OR Just a couple pics
I am almost finished with my next illustration, but here are two versions of my previous pipe without words; this way you can show the pic to the players without revealing what the pipe does. A nice pipe aficionado said that then stem/shank should have a th...
Illustrations Without Words OR Just a couple pics
Illustrations Without Words OR Just a couple pics
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Pipe of the Depths OR A new magic item card for your games
Hey folks! I am trying to actually make a real go of getting back into making gaming stuff. I still am working out what I want to do with my crazy city, but in the mean time I plan on putting out free content to all. I've made new illustrations of some magi...
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Wax-Sphinx OR Making a 5E monster because it's popular
Art by: Me Wax-Sphinx A
feline form, six legged, sinuous, graceful, and smooth bodied. Wicks protrude
from its back, tail, and behind a humanoid face: all of them burning. The small
body entirely formed of wax. Small construct, unaligned Armor Class 12 (Dex...
Wax-Sphinx OR Making a 5E monster because it's popular
Wax-Sphinx OR Making a 5E monster because it's popular
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Wax - Sphinx OR My return after being lazy for nearly a year. (OSR / OD&D)
So... I am trying to get back to doing, well, anything. I forgot how much fun it was just to make something for myself, rather than constantly working toward "making it big". While I figure out how I am going to get back to my insane Infinite City, I am goi...
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I haven't posted in a while, been floating through life. Decided to break the habit of doing nothing by drawing some of the PC's in my Monday night Warhammer 40k / Rogue Trader rpg. Happy Orktober folks! We have a Rogue Trader, an Ork Nob, a Tech-Priest, and a Navigator. Got two more to do: an Eldar Warlock and an Arch-Confessor. MORE BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, MORE SKULLS FOR HIS SKULL THRONE, MORE MILK FOR THE KHORNE FLAKES!!!!
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Being unable to leave stuff well enough alone, I decided to "improve" my most recent pic with stronger shading and hi-lighting.

This is a pic of one of the PC's in my Sunday 5e game. Her character is an androgynous monk from the crystal-dragon-Africa of my world, so I mixed traditional Buddhist attire and the traditional male attire of the Wodaabe tribe. The Wodaabe tribe has traditional celebrations where the men take on a more androgynous "look".

I am pretty happy with how this came out.
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Been awhile since I posted art. I have been working on a few projects lately, and have been a lazy ass when it comes to ye olde blog. This is a quick pic of one of the PC's in my Sunday 5e game. BTW I have never played in a 5e game, so I am having to learn the system, I am impressed by the cool simplicity of it. Her character is an androgynous monk from the crystal-dragon-Africa of my world, so I mixed traditional Buddhist attire and the traditional male attire of the Wodaabe tribe. The Wodaabe tribe has traditional celebrations where the men take on a more androgynous "look". The shading is simple, but overall I am kinda happy with it.
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