Since I was starting to not enjoy trying to tie pictures to one of my three "active" campaign settings, I've decided to get rid of those tags from these Friday Art Attack posts and no longer make any attempt to link them explicitly. Unless, of course, I have a picture that just perfectly fits, which by coincidence, my first one for this week does.
Good old fashioned yeoman soldier. A classic of pseudo-Medieval fantasy. This would actually fit quite well in DARK•HERITAGE Mk. V
I like the pseudo-80s vibe to this illustration, even as it is something bizarre and occultish.
You really can't go wrong with yetis, sasquatches and savage apes. I'm really digging them lately, as a matter of fact.
Speaking of, an illustration of a white ape attacking John Carter and presumably Dejah Thoris in a ruined old city of Barsoom.
4e style Orcus and Demogorgon fight two PCs, including a dragonborn.
I believe this was the cover to a Gor book (yep, just looked it up. #20: Players of Gor.) I actuallly remember seeing this on the shelf in the book section of Wal-Mart when I was a teenager.
A decent reptilian demon fight piece of art.
Everybody needs ancient ruins in the desert!
Everybody needs people with gigantic swords riding T. rexes! Unfortunately, there's a bit of a subtle anime vibe to the character.
Very much in the vein of the DARK•HERITAGE Mk IV setting!
This Mexican comic book is what Flash Gordon or Star Wars with trashier chicks should be like. Check out that awesome fake Darth Vader!
An interesting take on a general of the undead.
An interesting sword & sorcery piece. That does look like a woman, though, which is odd.
The Martian Maginot Line. From the Destiny series.