Fantasy board game: Monarchs of Camelot

Biggest Commission to date

At the end of 2022 I landed the biggest commission I’ve had in one contract. Over 150 fantasy illustrations on one project, that was signed off at the start of 2023. I began work straight away. Over the next six months I worked closely with developer Anastasios Grigoriadis of Rhapsody Games to define the art style of the game.

About the art

Across the expansive art list, I worked on character design, fantasy landscapes, artefacts, and scenario art pieces. Below I’ve created a gallery of highlights for each category of artwork.

Fantasy main characters

Fantasy landscapes

Fantasy NPCs (Non-player characters)

Fantasy event cards

Other artwork

About the game

Monarchs of Camelot beckons you into a captivating realm— a 2-4 player narrative, competitive game where strategic prowess and resource management intertwine. Players harness their resources to shape the unfolding story, steering it toward their individual interests. The coveted goal: accumulate 10 prestige points, a testament to your triumph in the legendary world of Camelot. 

Rich, Thematic Gameplay: Command knights, spies or advisors, forge alliances, and make decisions that alter the course of your reign. With a unique character progression system, your journey from monarch to legend is fraught with perilous challenges and glorious achievements.

Description of the game taken from the Kickstarter campaign page.

If you need a fantasy artist

If you’re looking for a fantasy artist, feel free to snoop through my illustration portfolio or head straight over to contact me for work. You’ll find my email address and some handy forms which guide you through some of the starting info I’ll need to be able to quote for you. Typically I’m booked up a month ahead of time, but do drop me a line if you have anything time sensitive. Sometimes I’m able to move things around in a pinch. Hope to hear from you! In the meantime, stay informed of my new work and availability and sign up for the mailing list.

Share the love!

I love my job. I’ve always wanted to be an artist working on fantasy settings, creating worlds that give people real escapism and suspend their disbelief. One of the things I love is the interaction with people who are following my work. Hearing comments, and seeing my work make it’s way around the world makes me so happy! So please go ahead, share my posts with people you think would like them. It really helps me to continue to do what I do.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *