Discussion in 'Fluff and Stories' started by Warden, Apr 24, 2016.
Would you be interested in drawing tomb kings type stuff? Maybe as commission based?
Going through my box of terrain leaves, foliage, and leftover bits and I found these little gems:
They are totem poles I made back in high school!
They are a bit too large for wargaming purposes though, so I am thinking I may re-purpose the one missing a wing and a nose to use for another project
Spoiler: totem poles size
Edit: I cannibalized one of these two for a new project...
Probably not, never done a commission before, and most of my interests have been Mayan/Medieval Japanese recently. I liked the idea of Tomb Kings and the whole Egyptian aesthetic of the army, though I never was interested in branching out that direction. Then again if they had a Mayan/Tomb Kings crossover... but then again I wouldn't be able to go that route unless I really learned how to use green stuff
There are moeeways to hobby, warden. You could write stories about a nehekharan Outpost in South Western lustrian deserts, mixing in mayan influence, thrn draw your characters
Man! Loved your mayan styled draws! An also the other stuff! I was thinking in the same idea many weeks ago! You art is amazing and really captured the Mayan´s codex essence. Have you thought in making an colorful version with brush and paints?
Thanks! I am a big fan of Mayan art
I have done a couple of Mayan murals/pieces of artwork in the terrain collection I am slowly growing. Most of the pictures are in my Lizardmen army blog, but these are my favorites:
Tuloom Temple mural on the inside (WIP pic):
Chicanna House of the Serpent Mouth:
Xochicalco Platform which I just finished:
Future plans include some murals from Bonampak eventually
That last box is fantastic
It really is!
He needs to make boxes on commission!
Ok, i can´t find more words to admire all this work. Congratulations again, i almost can feel myself into the deep jungle discovering secret and forgotten temples. I will be folowing your work master!
I am honored!
I wanted to post a slightly better pic of the now finished platform mural: