Sketches for a new Fantasy TTRPG

Race #1: Minotaur

The two Eds of Halaster’s Compass tasked me with providing a couple of sketches for them to choose from to illustrate four key races from their upcoming fantasy ttrpg (what’s that you say? It’s a tabletop roleplay game). These are the two sketches I provided for them to choose from. I won’t ruin the surprise on which of each is chosen, until I post the final pieces… I think this was the toughest for me to say which was my favourite of the three we’ve done so far.

Race #2: Goblins

I really like both of these sketches. I was told the goblins (like in most popular fantasy settings) squabble loads, so I wanted to have a few kind of hanging off the main focus, jabbering away all bitter and snipey. I can’t wait to work up the sketches on these to their final (black and white) pieces. I feel like the Eds have chosen the sketch I would have chosen of each to work up…

Race #3: Pixees

I love this take on pixees (or pixies, one of my favourite bands don’t you know…?). These guys are essentially the Crays of the fantasy world. East End mafia with butterfly wings. This was the easiest one to choose from for me. I won’t say though, I bet you choose the same as me and the client though!

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