Sunday, 17 February 2019

White Box Eastern Adventures Sketches: Part 6

Included are my most recent drawings/sketches for ‘White Box: Eastern Adventures’, an Old School Revival game I am designing.  For more information of this game, please visit my previous posts in this series (part 1, part 2 and part 3). 

 A dual wielding female Bushi (Warrior)

The Ninja (Eastern Adventure’s equivalent of the Thief class)

A greater bakemono; a monster similar to the hobgoblin.

A female Koropokuru (Dwarf) 

A dual wielding Koropokuru Bushi

A Sohei Warrior Monk

A female Sohei Warrior Monk and a Tengu Ninja

Monday, 11 February 2019

White Box Eastern Adventures: Sketches Part 5

Included in this post are my most recent illustrations for an OSR game I am working on titled ‘White Box: Eastern Adventures’.  For more information on Eastern Adventures, please visit my previous posts (part 1, part 2 and part 3).  Most of the illustrations in this post will appear in Chapter 8: Monsters.

 Wakou (Eastern Pirate)

Hibagon are the Japanese version of Sasquatch (Big Foot).



Ogre (Eastern)

Soldiers will appear in the human section of Chapter 8: Monsters.  I found my inspiration for this illustration from Genghis Khan era Mongolian armour.

A skeleton wearing Ashigaru style armour.

A zombie with a Japanese style ‘top-knot’.

This illustration is for Chapter 5: Hirelings.

This illustration is for Chapter 7: Spells.

Thursday, 7 February 2019

White Box Eastern Adventures: Sketches Part 4

I have been working on some more illustrations for ‘White Box: Eastern Adventures’.  Eastern Adventures is a game I am writing based on Swords and Sorcery’s White Box RPG system and set in a medieval Japanese fantasy setting.

This drawing of the Sohei Warrior-Monk will likely appear in the character classes (Chapter 2) or spells (Chapter 7) chapter of the book.

I was unhappy with my original drawing of the Tengu; thus, I came up with this illustration.

This is a drawing of an Oni; one of the monsters appearing in Chapter 8: Monsters.

Another drawing for Chapter 8: Monsters.  This illustration shows the size difference between the Greater Bakemono and the Lesser Bakemono.

This illustration is of a Nure-onna; an intelligent race of giant snakes possessing human faces.

This drawing is of a Tsuchigumo; a race of giant spiders possessing human faces.

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