Spell art for fantasy TTRPG
Spidermind Games, a client I love to work with, commissioned me to work on some sample spell art for their fantasy tabletop roleplay game, Legendary Kingdoms.
I love working on small scenes like these. They’re likely to be pretty small card art pieces, so they don’t need to be mega detailed. This is where a client can save some budget on smaller pieces as they don’t need the full detail a cover piece or something larger would require.
I’ve worked on Legendary Kingdoms before, have designed maps and characters for the game.
What is Legendary Kingdoms?
Legendary kingdoms is a tabletop roleplaying game, or TTRPG. However rather than games like Dungeons and Dragons, you don’t need a ‘dungeon master’. Dungeons masters usually host and guide your game, but Legendary Kingdoms is played with a single player. The book itself does all the heavy lifting, with the rules and consequences being driven by the situations present in the book.
From the Legendary Kingdoms website:
“An epic, choose-your-own-adventure-style gamebook set in a sandbox fantasy world. Prepare for an adventure in this huge open-world gamebook series. Legendary Kingdoms is a roleplaying campaign, where you lead a party of adventurers in a world that adapts to your actions. Venture into ancient ruins, pick a side and lead.”
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