The RPG Interview Room: OSR art with Denis McCarthy

For very many valid reasons, a lot of people like OSR games. To play in a style of games that resemble and replicate the original games from so many years ago. However, that movement has also received a lot of criticism for some people seem to be stuck in the old ways beyond those of […]

Boardgame Review – Cubist

By Paco Garcia Jaen Alf Seegert is one of my darling designers and a dear friend of mine. Yes. He is a proper friend and I love him to bits. That means that this review is biased. Mind you, it doesn’t need to be because the game is excellent, but if it weren’t, this review […]

Podcast Episode – The RPG Room: Is there art in roleplaying games?

Ever since RPGs were published and Gary Gigax and Dave Arneson had a dream of turning Dungeons & Dragons into a commercial product, art has place a huge part in the visual identity of roleplaying games. Probably one of the areas in which Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror has thrived the most and in which […]

FORMER QUEENSRYCHE GUITARIST JOINS DRAGON KINGS MUSICAL TEAM LAUNCHING NEW GAME WORLD WITH ROCK EPIC

LAS VEGAS, NV – July 2, 2013 – Guitarist Mike Stone, formerly of Grammy and MTV Video Music Award-winning progressive rock group Queensrÿche, has joined the musical team creating the trans-media project Dragon Kings. “It’s great to be working with Mike,” says project lead Timothy Brown. “He brings exactly the kind of progressive vibe our […]

Conpulsion Episode 2–Landscape art with Paul Bourne and Paul Canavan

Second episode from the panels that took place at Conpulsion. Landscape art with Paul Bourne and Paul Canavan.

Both artists have extensive experience in creating landscape art in Role Playing games and Videogames and they’re only so happy to talk about their experiences, landscapes, software and the work they’ve done.

And with good reason. They’re bloody brilliant!

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