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Professional Dungeon Master portraits

Post by boyflea » 6-Jul-18 07:46

Hi,
I've commissioned some portraits for Dungeon Master characters for my game and have the concept artwork back - they look great, :).
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(NB:The last character is Binty, and is to illustrate the sort of final versions to expect)
Original:https://i.pinimg.com/originals/56/7a/64 ... 2a579e.png

The artist is Hazel Hawkins, and her work can be found here.
https://www.deviantart.com/hazelgee

Am always amazed how many talented people there are in the world.
Anyway, hope you are all well dudes. x
The stonework walls were pristine, the floor level, the waterworks and drains complete. The lighting network was in and the Dragon in the basement was grumpily heating the water-pipes: Lord Chaos consulted the blueprints again, looking for the bathroom.

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Re: Professional Dungeon Master portraits

Post by Gambit37 » 6-Jul-18 19:58

These concepts look great! Looking forward to seeing the final versions!

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Re: Professional Dungeon Master portraits

Post by DSE » 23-Jul-18 13:31

These look great! Can we see some screenshots of your game?

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Re: Professional Dungeon Master portraits

Post by boyflea » 24-Jul-18 17:38

Sure:

well the in-game graphics are more like this:
https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/steam/a ... 1532286253

you can see the game here:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/7171 ... Firestaff/

the images I have will form the backdrop of the main menu
The stonework walls were pristine, the floor level, the waterworks and drains complete. The lighting network was in and the Dragon in the basement was grumpily heating the water-pipes: Lord Chaos consulted the blueprints again, looking for the bathroom.

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