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Sep172012

Monsters by Mail?

Hi

I'm looking for people interested in creatures, so this could be the right place... ; )

I'm putting up an offer, to enable me to spend more time doing what I enjoy most, which is designing and illustrating creatures. Shortly put, it goes like this:

For only $2 per month you receive:
4-6 print-resolution original creature illustrations (48-72 creatures yearly)
+ the rights to publish and sell 50% of them
+ rpg adapted creature descriptions and ideas
+ regular artistic advice on creature design
+ sketches, steps and similar amusements.
There is still a chance you can get it for free!

If this sounds interesting please read the full post at: http://www.rpg-creatures.blogspot.se/2012/09/rpg-creatures-continues-by-mail-please.html

 

And now to the art! Here is an example of what the creatures might look like (Click to enlarge):

 

And here is some other creature work:

 RPGCreatures are also on facebook

Cheers!

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