A nice RPG group shot

Felipe S. Card frequently shares his HeroMachine work with us in our weekly contests, and I’m always impressed with his illustrations. He sent me this message:

I would like to share with you some creations that i make for roleplay sessions with my friends. The image below represents a group of adventurers, including: Cleric (Leader of group), Sorcerer, two amazons, Paladin, Thief and a Ranger.

I am a really big fan of fantasy genre, and HeroMachine provides the definately tool to make my characters.

He did a great job with the black and white sketch and I am delighted to share it with you:


(Click to embiggen.)

Thanks Felipe!

6 Responses to A nice RPG group shot

  1. The flexibility and variety that HM3 affords a user is so very impressive. Well done, Felipe!

  2. Very cool! :)

  3. Nice black and white picture. You don’t see them too often coming out from HM3…

  4. really cool, what game system? ive recently been running a d&d campaign. 2nd edition (i know. im old.) 2/3 of the players have no gaming experience. ive made renderings for the pcs and nearly every creature and npc theve encountered!

    http://www.heromachine.com/forum/the-heromachine-art-gallery/dungeons-and-dragons-characters/

  5. Cracking characters you have there, great work!

  6. Scorp: Cracking characters you have there, great work!

    Someone say “crack?” You know I’m kidding. If HeroMachine were back in my days of RPGs. I am not kidding. I can’t draw, yet I can quilt. Yes, QUILT! I can wrap a newborn baby in the softest fabric with an easy firm touch.

    Anyways, Felipe, awesomeness! It really highlights the sketch, “in embryo.” With all the zyping and creativity that goes on around here, a black and white is very innovative and refreshing.

    By the by, maybe “the definitive tool” not “the definately tool.”

    My all-time favorite observation on the evolution of language, Geoffrey Chaucer. Rolls off the tongue and the tears kiss the corners of my smile:

    And for ther is so gret diuersite
    In Englissh and in writyng of oure tonge,
    So prey I God that non myswrite the,
    Ne the mysmetre for defaute of tonge.
    And red wher-so thow or elles songe,
    That thow be vnderstonde, god I biseche.
    But yet to purpos of my rather speche —

    Troilus, Proem to Book II, ll. 22-28