Friday, June 3, 2011

More Weird Adventures Art

With the last of the Weird Adventures art rolling in over the next few weeks (hopefully), I thought I'd tease with a few more great illustrations:

This is a day (uh--night) in the life of a Barrow-Man--just doing his job defending the serenity of the City's dead buried on its island Potter's field.  This piece was masterfully rendered (with a sort of EC Comics flourish I really dig) by Stefan Poag (Limpey to the fans of his blog).

Here's a portrait of a cabal of insidious Reds--those diminutive, subterranean would-be world conquers.  This one was done by Alex Garcia in what strikes me as sort of a Marvel Bronze Age style.  Cool, huh?

Last but not least, Felt delves into alternate universe archeology and comes up with this fragment of Ancient pottery, probably brought out of tomb-mound by some adventurer.

Still looking forward to more to come from these guys and other artists from the blogosphere like Johnathan Bingham.

8 comments:

The Angry Lurker said...

I especially like the Reds, as you said Marvel Bronze age style.

Johnathan Bingham said...

Wow, GREAT stuff!!

BigMike said...

I like the pottery piece

Sean Robson said...

Great stuff, especially the Barrow-Man. I really like the EC vibe!

christian said...

There's something I very much like about a crazy person wielding a shovel as a weapon. Your first picture reminds of that. Very nice!

Harald said...

Good job getting art for your game, man. I'm looking forward to sitting down with a beer and my copy of Weird Adventures.

Trey said...

Thanks guys, and of course thanks to the artists that did the work here. :)

@Christian - As long as that person isn't coming at you, right? ;)

@Harald - Maybe we should synchronize beer drinking on that day. I know I'll be happy as hell when I have it done and into people's hands.

Needles said...

Love these awesome stuff man! Reminds me of the marvel & horror comics stuff from the 40s thru late 60s!