Sunday, June 12, 2011

Bwa-ha-ha!

I'm still feeling under the weather, so I'm going to continue to take it easy. However, I did want to show off this piece from the Dwimmermount Codex by the ever-awesome Kelvin Green:
©2011 Kelvin Green
Seriously, the man is brilliant and I'm very lucky he consented to help illustrate this project.

14 comments:

  1. Very nice. I think it calls for a caption contest.

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  2. Caption Contest: Tonight, we dine on roast duck!

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  3. Awesome! A very Swords & Sorcery image.

    - Neil.

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  4. That is awesome!

    Caption Contest:

    "Evil -- for lack of a better word -- is good. Evil is right. Evil works. Evil clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit."

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  5. "Little did Malazar The Mad realize his agent had screwed up and he wasn't the guest speaker at Necromancer's local #138 but was unknowingly addressing the stalwart host at the unveiling ceremony for the Paladins of Wunderhome."

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  6. Speaking of awesome art, what's the status on Petty Gods?

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  7. Looks like a screengrab from some verboten saturday morning cartoon show. I like it :-)

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  8. Looking forward to the first Codex, and I agree that Kelvin Green is one of the best artists in the OSR.

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  9. Caption Contest:

    "Okay, guys, my turn to tell a story: I once caught an owlbear that was THIS BIG!"

    Enjoy,
    Flynn

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  10. Kelvin is, indeed, rad.

    Caption contest: "It's Christmas morning!!!"

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  11. Caption contest:

    "Thank you! Thank you very much Toronto!"

    "Dude, this is Buffalo. Toronto was last night."

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  12. Caption Contest:

    "The crypts are alive. . . . With the sound of moan-ing!"

    Lyrics set to the Sound of Music tune .

    Pete

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  13. Kelvin is indeed a most excellent artist.

    Caption: "When you're smiling..."

    [I can just see the full animated music video being performed, complete with backing chorus-line of faceless monks doing a dance routine...

    When you're smiling
    When you're smiling
    The whole world is scared of you

    When you're laughing
    When you're laughing
    The demons will keep coming through

    But when you're crying
    You bring on the pain
    So stop your moaning
    And be happy again

    Keep on smiling
    Cause when you're smiling
    The whole world is scared of you...]

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