So I decided to add a slosh of watercolor to that linoprint I've been fiddling with... didn't work out exactly as I'd hoped but of course it never does 😅
Still, I think the colors add a lil bit of life to it so I'm happy. T'was a fun experiment to spend the morning on.
Question to all #artists, #worldbuilding connoisseurs, #gamedevelopers and etc. How do you design your #fantasy fashion? What research do you do or what general rules do you follow? Especially when developing less Euro-centric designs--those I can find in spades.
I released the first public demo of my RPG! Please feel free to take a look and try the game out for yourself if you're able! (Mac & Windows versions available, just ask if you need linux.) More deets in the replies!
I'm an artist, and an EFL teacher. I've been thinking about developing a tabletop RPG to engage students in using their English so I might post that kind of stuff here. As for my credentials....uh, I haven't played much tabletop at all but I like hearing about it, haha.
Hopefully I can get some advice at some point when it comes to game elements and mechanics. Nice to meetcha!
Trying to make art that engages~
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