Handouts and Lack of Time

Too much to do, and not enough time – as always. That is how life rolls for a family father with a job, studies and hobbies to keep up with. But I’m once again working on some stuff for the Swedish OSR game Svärd och Svartkonst. You better check out their store at DriveThruRPG to get some awesome OSR game material.

Well, more to come this spring and summer.

Best regards,
Andreas

Commission Project: Apocalyptish #1

An acquaintance of mine has offered me a deal in which I am going to make a bunch of post-apocalyptic themed illustrations.

Here is for starters!

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Best regards,
Andreas

 

New Games New Commissions

Once again I have got the pleasure and honour to work on Swedish role-playing game projects.

Right know I am working on a couple of ink illustrations for a coming adventure called Djävulen i kryptan (The Devil in the Crypt). It is for the upcoming Swedish OSR roleplaying-game Svärd & Svartkonst – Äventyr i underjorden (Sword & Sorcery – Adventures in the Underworld).

The adventures will be translated into English, even though the game will not. You will be able to buy The Devil in the Crypt along with other adventures from the Svärd & Svartkonst store at DriveThruRPG, both printed and digital. Of course they are all available in Swedish as well.

The English versions are not specifically for Svärd & Svartkonst but is designed to be compatible with any traditional role-playing game.

Best regards,
Andreas

For Sale: Original Ink Artwork of Countess Báthory

Buy the original ink-drawing, on A4 Daler-Rowney Bristol Board, of my lastest print, Countess Báthory.

300 SEK + postage. You may reach me through my Contact form.

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Best regards,
Andreas

Back In Business 

Finally, I am back again, starting out with some new prints which you may purchase from my store at Society6.

And, since I have finally gotten a new scanner I will cut back on the digital work, to carry on in a more traditional manner; primary in pencil, pen, brush and ink on Bristol Board paper.

Best regards,
Andreas