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Glen Hallstrom

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I redrew (well, drew, since the original was a scan of a pic of a map I found in the 2E PHB I got at HPB and reworked) the map of my D&D/T&T gameworld.  Behold ERF!
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Shane Ward's profile photo
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yah it was you.  its hard for me to remember who posted what somedays lol cool map
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Steve Zieser

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Why is this Orc smiling?  Because the new D&D Starter Set describes orcs as having "piglike faces". Pigface Orcs: They're back, baby!
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YES!!!
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Johua De Santo

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Seeking someone who can do 2  smallish sized maps for me. Paid or name credit only work. Your choice.
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I'd like to take a crack at it.
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A basin (with dagger,) some giant, glowing mushrooms (best kind for pizzas) and what we all can look forward to once we get to the old folks home...fair and kind treatment by the staff.
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Frank Turfler

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This was a fun little piece. Can't wait to see what it does, but I have a pretty good idea... 11 of them.
 
I know what I want to be for halloween...
What is this dark thing? This hideous creation rendered so lovingly by the esteemed +Frank Turfler? It is of course the Mask of Ten Rays, an anicent and dark thing created by the Gods of Usarm far before the fall of their gre...
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Steve Zieser

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Spooky Seer for your Monday.
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ooo! very nice. 
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Johua De Santo

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Hey guys! I'm looking to hire someone for a few maps for my next adventure. It would be paid work but my funding is limited at the moment.

I'm also looking for a piece of clip-art of a mask that looks to be molded after a beholder.
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Frank Turfler's profile photo
 
I could probably help you out with the art. Message me.
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Brian Thomas

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Red Lobster's new building design concept for 2014.
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Roderic Waibel's profile photoPaul Wolfe's profile photo
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Totally legit. 

"This looks like  good place to set up camp."

From the description:

Descriptive:
This horrific building has had the stone molded to resemble that of an elongated humanoid skull more than a hundred feet tall and fifty feet wide.  Various chimes of humanoid and animal bones decorate the outside of the building, almost looking like hair from a distance.  Feelers sprout from mouth area and reach out to the ground twenty feet away.  The gaping maw shelters a door that leads inside.  An overwhelming wave of evil washes over the party as they near.
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Brian Thomas

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SEA WORLD!!!
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Thanks, Reid!
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Greg Gillespie

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I'm looking for artists to contribute to Barrowmaze. I'm looking to fill drop-in spots with potential for larger pieces.

Please send me samples. Greg
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Hey Greg, late to the party, but here's the link to my gallery:

http//: smokestackjones.deviantart.com
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About this community

This is a community for artists and cartographers working in the classic tabletop RPG industry. All are welcome to share their work and experiences, give INFORMED AND CONSTRUCTIVE criticism to those that ask for it, and discuss "old school" art and artists.

Kabuki Kaiser

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Venger Satanis's profile photo
 
Awesome work!
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Brian Thomas

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"You go first...."
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Allan MacKenzie-Graham's profile photoJim Yoder's profile photo
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Someone throw Nodwick in!
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Brian Thomas

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"Oh great ones...which doth taste great in butter!"
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And lemon. Don't forget the citrus. 
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Steve Zieser

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Icky wererat for your Tuesday.
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Mario Torres's profile photoPaul Wolfe's profile photo
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Good hatchmarks. 
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Brian Thomas

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Sometimes a module just requires simpler type drawings like doors, tentacle arches and giant basins with platforms jutting out of boiling water that lead to another platform with a beam of light coming from it.
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Yep. As fun as it is to draw PCs, NPCs, and monsters, an adventure module could gain a lot from atmospheric pieces. Great work!
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Brian Thomas

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"Flesh for Fantasy"
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+Frank Turfler
It is part of the same adventure.  It's hard to do with an illustration, but those are alternating copper and iron plates in a hallway that are magnetized.  PCs walk in, get stuck, and the denizens send in the flesh golem to clean up
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Steve Zieser

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Spectral Harpy
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Reid San Filippo's profile photoSteve Zieser's profile photo
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Totally sweet!
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Todd McGowan

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Something I've been working on for +Michael Desing and his Splintered Realm.
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Very nice Todd!
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Paul Wolfe

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Paul Wolfe originally shared:
 
I know this is stock art -- does anyone know where it originated from? 
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Great piece!
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