Posts Tagged ‘dungeon section’

Section Dungeon

December 19, 2020

Well, hello folks! It’s been a while. A couple of seasons, even.

Inspiration for drawing, or much of anything, has been lacking the last several months. But then, this kinda fell out of nowhere, yesterday. And today, I did some further work and then inked it.

To use this for an actual adventure, the rooms to be explored are implied by the doors and passages shown off of the halls, so there are more than a half dozen identifiable rooms plus other chambers and spaces, so a variety of options are available.

As usual, feel free to use for any non-commercial purpose, or contact me if you’d like to use this on a commercial project, or if you would like to commission a custom piece.

Inktober and other thoughts

October 7, 2017

I’m going to try to participate in Inktober this year.  There’s a set of prompts for each day, and the idea is to do a drawing each day, inspired by the prompts.  I won’t do daily posts here (go over to G+ and follow me there for that).

I seem to have fallen into a theme, at least for this week, doing vignette dungeon sections.  A couple of these are traps; others might just be perils or points of interest.  I’m not sure if this will carry through all of Inktober, but I’m intrigued to try now.

The first few of these were done with just a single, medium thickness pen.  For the last couple, I was also using a fine line Micron, as well.  I did some computer shading in the first one, and then I remembered that it’s INK-tober.  I’m not going to delete that one, but I’m going to keep to just the pens for the rest of these.

Swift

Divided

Poison

Underwater

Long

Sword

 


The quote from Leiber doesn’t have anything to do with this, other than just coinciding in time.  I’m reading some Fafhrd and Gray Mouser, and came across this line this weekend, and wanted to write it down somewhere.

Every geas is lifted at last, every self-set rule repealed. Otherwise orderliness in life becomes a limitation to growth; discipline, chains; integrity, bondage and evil-doing.”  — Fritz Leiber, “Swords Against Death” p 7