"Interruptions (John & Laura Lakey, AD&D 2e Tome of Magic, TSR, 1991)" Via https://oldschoolfrp.tumblr.com/post/668587817534947328/interruptions-john-laura-lakey-add-2e-tome-of
Damn, I love 2nd edition era artwork. Too bad that they didn't discover it was possible to paint fully dressed women until 1998, but there is something about the colours that was lost in the transition to digital artwork.
This art has lured me back into #DragonPosting
Damn I love this style of art and wish I knew the name.
I think the most problematic RPG I'd like to run would be a less British take on Space 1889, in which the players serve the Emperor, trying to carve out a spot on Mars among other colonial powers racing for "a place in the canals," and facing attacks by Shinsengumi nationalists.
This would be very much The Splitting Up of the Melon on another planet; our heroes wouldn't necessarily be the good guys, here.
Berlin: The Wicked City for Call of Cthulhu
#DragonPosting time! Again! Finding lots of classic dragon RPG art as of late
MORE DRAGONS FOR @WizardOfDocs
@Canageek that’s from Squadron Books’ “Down in the Dungeon”! http://grognardia.blogspot.com/2010/10/down-in-dungeon.html
According to The Dragon #31 this dragon, painted by Steve Brown, won the Dragontooth Dragon Painting Contest sponsored by Tom Loback Artworks at Gencon XII.
Wow, miniature painting has really advanced as an art form.
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