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I’ve recently had the pleasure of working with the folks over at Monte Cook Games on their game, Numenera. Numenera is a science fantasy roleplaying game set in the far distant future. I’m not able to show all that I’ve done yet but I have permission to post this piece. I’ve been working on original creatures for the game, which has been just awesome. This large fellow is a creature I designed for the brackish waters of The Ninth World. Anyway, I’m excited to keep working on Numenera and can’t wait to show more work from the project. The core book is up for pre-order on their website and will be released in August.


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Sweet! Lovely form there, Brynn!

April 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNicholas Cloister

Biiiiig fellow. Huuuuge fellow. Don't come near me, fellow. :)

Sorry, I had a little coffee earlier. But that is a great design. I'm curious whether it's an herbivore though, what with all the seaweed it seems to have in its mouth... like a giant hippo.

April 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBrandon F

Thank you , Nicholas!

Brandon, haha no worries. Thanks for your comment! Yes, the creature is an herbivore and is even known to have a short temper - much like the hippo. :)

April 23, 2013 | Registered CommenterBrynn Metheney

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