Promotional art for The Number Crunch (see my last post!) and my best attempt to blatantly swipe from Genndy Tartakovsky.
For the last couple of months, I’ve been working on a game in my free time: a solo-rpg/boardgame/card game called “The Number Crunch: A Game of Death and Taxes.” It’s a game in which you–the player–take on the role of an Auditor in the Ministry of the Exchequer. Your job is to venture out intoContinue reading “The Number Crunch: A Game of Death and Taxes (Alpha)”
More monsters from my forthcoming game “The Number Crunch.” Click on the images for a larger view. It probably isn’t necessary, they don’t get any better! In addition to narrative-corpse monsters, there are also series of Antagonists and minions found in narrative play. The first one is some sort of pirate octopus with a harpoon.Continue reading “Drawing Monsters”
I’ve been working on a game for a while now. It’s narrative corpse game called The Number Crunch: A Game of Death and Taxes. Recently I switched from a base-8 mechanic to a base-6 mechanic. (There was no real reason for using a base-8 mechanic in the first place–I just happened to have drawn 8Continue reading “Redacted Art”
Over the past few weeks, as time has allowed, I’ve been working on a solo, mix-and-match dungeon crawl game. (Inspired by this, but not completed in time!) In the game, the player draws tiles that designate a creature made up of different parts. They’re assembled into some sort of post-modern hodgepodge of terror. (And byContinue reading “Sample Art from a Forthcoming Game”