Interesting Treasure: Key Ring

It has been quite some time since I have updated this thing.  I apologize.  The post-rock band I drum in has been pretty busy with a string of bullshit things to do like record a new demo and also play a couple of shows (re: PLUG).  Throw in some other shit like my kid and my wife

SPZ01 Preview / Swamp Things

I am working on a print-only zine, as we speak.  It is going to have some stuff in it that I will also be using against with my next group.  Not a lot of it will make it onto this website because would there a point in mailing out zines afterwards?  Here, however, is something

An “Encounter” Area

  This was kind of an exercise in scale.  I wanted to do an up close area and see how it turned out.  I really like how it did come out, and likely this is the last map I will digitally trace, from here on out these will all be the original hand drawn maps

The Village of Twofalls

  The Village of Twofalls.  I think starting in the middle of this month I am going to stop tracing the maps as SVGs after I scan them.  I am just going to scan them, up the contrast and brightness and shit them on to the internet.  I am also working on a zine.  

A Sanctuary

I have been sick, I have had a plethora of computer problems,  I lost internet, my band is in the middle of a large string of shows, and I have been working at my real job non stop.  Here is a sanctuary, or temple, or dungeon.  In the main area is a radiant pool. Of

Stealing Shit From G+ and Making It Mine (Ours)

  I was stuck at work, iced in.  I had a beer and started scrolling through google plus and I found a blog post from +Ben Trautman over at Lock, Stock, and a Bag of Dice about a septum piercing called a Bone Ward.  Thought I’d give it a go as an illustration.  This particular magical

An Unkeyed Dungeon Where There Are Probably Dead Guys

  This is most likely a mausoleum of some sort.  It has some overlap with a natural cave system where I imagine there are no bats, but piles of bones from when the crypt fills up.  The little boxes with “c” in them are coffins, and I think the rest is pretty much industry standard.

An Unkeyed Map: City on The Sea

If I were going to use this map in my game it would be called Greycove City and it would have some badass street names, and some really in depth descriptions of customs and superstitions and probably some conflict.  But presented here, is an unkeyed map I drew and then scanned, then turned into a png