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Aventuras en la Marca del Este Screen by JonHodgson Aventuras en la Marca del Este Screen by JonHodgson
GMs screen for awesome Spanish rpg Aventuras en la Marca del Este.

GM's screens can be a challenge, but with a client so easy to work with this one was a blast. Read more about it (in Spanish) here: [link]

In this image we see the iconic dungeoneering party exploring an ancient delving. The screen will have 3 panels, and I wanted each one to have something distinct occurring in it, whilst still making a single composition. I think I learned some more frenetic lessons on how to do this here:

ArtRage and Photoshop.
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linkskywalker Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013
I think this may be my favorite piece of your art I've seen. I wonder if there's a way I can get this on a GM screen in the states...
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JovenDragon Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013
Se van a meter en líos!
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Jacob-Cross Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Cool :3
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shadowguildmaster2 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very cool! Really has and "old and epic" feel to it!
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Ragnarok6664 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Back to Moria :)
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Khonger Featured By Owner May 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I really like this. You captured the feel of this scene really well.
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dashinvaine Featured By Owner May 22, 2012
Nicely done goblin types.
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Fergusthefiddler Featured By Owner May 22, 2012
I thought you were speaking in spanish... Oh, nevermind; a great artist can't have everything ;)
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tinzart Featured By Owner May 22, 2012   Digital Artist
Great work buddy. :salute:
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AlienLullaby Featured By Owner May 22, 2012  Professional General Artist
The depth of the back-space pillars, stairs, and doorways speak to my "old school" sense; if there were different levels or more twisty passages there, even moreso.

Good job on varying the stone surfaces.
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KhairulHisham Featured By Owner May 21, 2012   General Artist
Great atmosphere in this piece.
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SOLIDToM Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Another one of yours I can't but add to favourites. Priceless old skewl flavour, perfect execution.
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abellius Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
Great scene!!
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cinemajack Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
fantastic!
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hellfire-shield Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
AMAZING!
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NonieR Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
Love it! You're so good at these triptyches. (Triptykhoi? Plurals, bleh.)

Mind you, I've always assumed that underground city ruins - "dungeons" - are almost entirely unlit, but that doesn't make for good game art, does it. ;)

But I was deeply embarrassed to realize the other day that, despite playing one RPG or another since 1976, I'd never before thought about how any underground fight without some sorta glowstone would need SOMEBODY to be holding the torch or lantern throughout every fight, or else setting a lantern down on the floor that everyone's fighting their way across.

And of course, your enemy could deliberately target your light source....

Thanks for reminding me by example that underground cities might well have some form of permanent illumination on their own! (And, more importantly, of course, for your art.)

Your fan,

--Oddball Nonie
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