Art Of Patsy McDowell

Life drawings from earlier in the year. More art soon :)

rpgkickstarters:

Abandoned superhero bases are incredibly valuable and dangerous places. They can found anywhere, including the ocean floor. Finding them is only half of the battle though. Sometimes, a group of superpowered scavengers can crack open a base only to find that they’re the only ones who can save the world!

Boiling Point is a new adventure for the Fate engine Base Raiders role playing game. It mixes investigation, exploration, combat, and social conflicts for a perfect blend of excitement and fun. It can be used as a first time adventure for players new to the system, part of an ongoing campaign, or as a one shot. It contains new enemies, allies, superpowers, loot, and more.

Players new to Base Raiders can get the main book, Boiling Point and every other Base Raiders PDF supplement for only $25 with the NEWCOMER PDF reward level!

Listen to an actual play playtest of Boiling Point. Back the project and you can hear the exciting conclusion now!

Oh my god, why is the picture viewer in my last post so slow and sad? This is what I meant to post.

Art for the Base Raiders Kickstarter I linked to, more to come as it’s released.

thewenglishwarlock:

corruptionpoints:

lawfulgoodness:

captainhugs:

Does anyone post a lot of Dungeons and Dragons stuff on their blog? ‘Cause I’ve been playing for more than a year now and my dash really lacks D&D content

ummmm…. maybe?  :D

Dungeon Masters, sound off!

Hi there, we dungeon and occasionally dragon

Draw a monster. Why is it a monster?
Daughter by Janice Lee (via elderkid0)

Old paintings, half-finished and found under a pile of stuff. I should paint more.

Baalzebul, Lord of the Seventh and Father of lies. Once beautiful as an angel, but cursed by Asmodeus, Lord of the Ninth, with the body of an enormous slug.
I tried this design a couple of times, but it kept looking too cool, like a cool scary monster, rather than an unfortunate creature disfigured with a clumsy and embarassing body. This one’s a bit off-the-wall, but I think it gets the idea across.

Baalzebul, Lord of the Seventh and Father of lies. Once beautiful as an angel, but cursed by Asmodeus, Lord of the Ninth, with the body of an enormous slug.

I tried this design a couple of times, but it kept looking too cool, like a cool scary monster, rather than an unfortunate creature disfigured with a clumsy and embarassing body. This one’s a bit off-the-wall, but I think it gets the idea across.

lawfulgoodness:

captainhugs:

Does anyone post a lot of Dungeons and Dragons stuff on their blog? ‘Cause I’ve been playing for more than a year now and my dash really lacks D&D content

ummmm…. maybe?  :D

Deptford Cinema

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/661732762/deptford-cinema-digital-projector

Any London people who want to do something to make the depressing city a little nicer, here’s your chance. The video’s more eloquent than I am, so go ahead and click that thing.

Some neat onesies I painted up for a new arrival. A nautical theme began to develop, so I just went with it.

thecaptivephantom:

Y’know, while I’ve long liked the idea of a cult of mad architects as villains, it wouldn’t necessarily make the most exciting stories

Oh no the buildings are built to be EVIL oh wait I’ll just tear these buildings down your move 

Oh it’s going to take you several years? Okay, I’ll see you later bye

I’m pretty sure it’s more like,

"I TOLD them the buildings were evil, and that the town planning council had been compromised decades ago, but they wouldn’t listen! When I tried to take matters into my own hands, they confiscated my research and threw me in here…wait- that buttress…these overhanging eaves! I know this architectural style! This is surely the work of Werner Von Bach, that snake!"

Some NPCs from that game I’m probably never going to run.

Captain Marcia “One-eye” Lewis is new in town. Things have changed since she was last here, and if she can’t make restitution to the Guild for her years of unlicensed piracy, she stands to lose her ship, her faithful crew, or even her life.

Black Dolly is the Thieves’ Guild’s trump card. Nobody has seen the diminuitive assassin’s face, or heard her voice, but the terrible carnage she leaves in her wake after every contract is enough to suggest that she’s no ordinary halfling.

Diego Corvus was once a captain in the famous White Raven mercenary company that guards the port-city, but since his sudden and very public ejection from the company, things have gone badly for him. He can be found in the back room of a washhouse on the waterfront, spending his last few silvers on cheap wine, accompanied only by his loyal dog.

Donna Carina Della Borgia, the renowned fencing master, has been hunting through the city for her father’s murderer. She believes the Thieves’ Guild to be responsible, and makes more and more dangerous enemies as she delves further. With no followers to watch her back, she will no doubt be made an example of before too long.

Old art, from an old project.Telescopes are hard to draw.

Old art, from an old project.Telescopes are hard to draw.