So this is the reason I haven’t been posting much art lately; introducing my super secret board game, Salt & Burn! I was really inspired by the Supernatural lets-draw videogame challenge, but the more I worked on it the more I wanted to really make something that was playable. I used to make board games all the time with my little sisters and so I figured, what the heck, I would love a board game that was supernatural inspired! And so I’ve made one.
There’s a Kickstarter in order to fund Salt & Burn’s professional grade production costs, and I’m working on getting a prototype from the manufacturer in just a little while so I can get some pictures of what the final game will look like. I’m extremely excited about it, Megan, Kate and I have been working really hard coming up with a lot of exciting features for the game and how to play it as well as play testing to ensure that it’s fun and easy to understand. If you go to the Kickstarter page you can watch a video that explains a little more about the gameplay style and see more art, and I’ll be updating regularly as we make progress. Thanks for looking!
Oh, hey. I forgot to re-blog this.
This is what I’ve been helping Amber out with for the last month or so. We’ve been going back and forth over every detail of this from names to hit point amounts to make sure we’re providing an interesting and unique playable game. Check out the Kickstarter if you get a chance.
Please note that while inspired by the show Supernatural, this has absolutely nothing to do with the show. Meaning, you don’t have to watch it or know the mythology in order to understand, play, and enjoy this game.
commission for ignitethesky! this was so much fun to draw =u=
so refreshing to draw good old fashioned cas in a trench! especially with that neat little dragon~ this is a smaller size, i’ll message you about sending the larger file you wanted! <3
Awww, I love how this turned out! They both look so adorable! I was watching you post WIPs and crossing my fingers that it was for me haha. All Cas’s clothing details too, the shoes and sock and his belt. Im so excited and definitely helped make this week a lot better. Thank you so much!
I haven’t heard of that until now. It’s a vector based program, right?
If you are referring to the SPN drawing I just posted, no, I drew that in Photoshop CS5.1 with the plain round brush and then overlaid it with a scanned paper texture to get the grain.
I don’t know if this will count because it’s unfinished, but I’ve run out of time (even with the extended deadline) and I just really wanted to participate. This is for the LetsDrawSPN project where everyone draws the given reference photo in their own way. I was trying to do it in this style.
I took some snapshots at the Seattle Aquarium today.
Pillows! Phew~ These guys were a LOT of work, but thanks to ignitethesky we were able to get about 15 each of these pillow cases done. These are my FIRST two color designs, and I am SO happy with how they turned out. These pillow cases are 16”x16”, hand sewn with flannel plaid backs. I designed each one to look like classic, vintage business signage for each character (I’m sitting on a Singer Salvage design) I’m particularly proud of Castiel’s colors because we found the perfect Trenchcoat Tan to print on, and the navy blue ink matches his tie beautifully. Anywho~ The pillows are a steal at $28 each, or less if you buy them in a set. All are available right here- Thanks guys!
Like UE says, these were work intensive, but so much fun. I’m so pleased with how well they turned out. (Seriously, after we printed the first Castiel one, UE and I just couldn’t stop high five-ing one another.)
I need to get a futon or a couch just so I have a place to put them!
My super secret children’s book illustration project is almost complete! Which means time for more stuff! (Probably of Castiel’s face.)