The concert was going off without a hitch, until the final act. I couldn't help but run off stage. I hadn't expected the hack to work, let alone allow me to take over the host.
I chose a high-profile musician target in hopes to live a life that was much larger than my own... what I hadn't expected: the security to know exactly what had happened as quickly as I had entered the host.
I had no choice but to flee for my life...
The nest happened to be in a small alcove. The mother couldn't be far off, and this guard didn't really stand a chance. The whelp might be worth more than the treasure itself, but the cost might be too great if the mother finds out. We don't have long to debate because she could come back at any moment...
This is one of the core class archetypes for Robert Schwalb's Shadow of the Demon Lord. I was allowed a half-page for my piece, which I executed in a very fast turn-around.
For more on the process: Process for THE ADEPT
Another piece for a RPG company - SagaBorn.
This piece was also a pretty quick turnaround, but I managed to pump it out. This piece is an interior illustration for the SagaBorn core rulebook.
Each piece is a different take on an event that would take place in a much larger world - the world that I am slowly realizing as time progresses. These metal marionettes happen to be a part of something much bigger that will be fully realized in time.
"Dark Oak Press: The Lost Daughter of Easa"
This piece was commissioned by Dark Oak Press and it happens to be the cover of the second edition of the first book in the series. Ultimately it was a lot of fun!
Go check out more about it here: The Lost Daught of Easa