Wednesday, September 1, 2010

More Spanish RPG Art

Pedro Gil over at Aventuras en La Marca del Este sent me previews of some of the artwork to be used in an upcoming Spanish language retro-clone and I posted them here a few months ago. Recently, he sent along some more previews and they're every bit as eye-popping as the first batch. Whereas the initial set focused on character classes, these new ones are mostly monster illustrations, along with a piece illustrating a scene from the game's default setting.

Enjoy!

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting them James. We hope the game will be sent to the printer next october.

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  2. Gorgeous artwork. How soon until the English-translation of the game turns up for us mono-linguists?

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  3. We're thinking about it, but can't confirm anything right now.

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  4. Is it just me, or does the goblin look a lot like a githyanki? It's amazing artwork, though...

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  5. Gorgeous. I might get this for the art, alone.

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  6. The Balrog-looking dealie looks an awful lot like old Games Workshop, e.g. Slaves to Darkness or The Lost and the Damned. (That is a good thing.)

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  7. Looks like I'll be brushing up on my Spanish. :-)

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  8. Lovely classic fantasy illustrations. Best of luck for their game and company.

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