As regular readers know, Matt Morrow does a lot of art for Raging Swan Press (as for me, his style almost perfectly encapsulates my beloved Old-school feel). Check out what he just sent me—bathe in its awesome old-school goodness!
Matt’s awesome because not only does he do me a very cool image he also creates a banner for this very site! I have my banners on random rotate—think of it as a visual sneak attack—so here’s a look at the banner in case it hasn’t yet assaulted your eyeballs:
Now, the perceptive among you might notice something. This image is inspired by an image from a classic Basic module. Do you know which one? If you do, leave a comment below. I’ll give a free Raging Swan Press PDF (even our flagship product GM’s Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing) to the first 1d6 people to get it right.
Finally, Matt’s part of Encoded Design’s Patreon campaign. If you like his style, you can sign up to get cool character art ready for use in your campaign (or to serve as your own character sketch) every month. As you know, I’m a huge fan of Patreon (our Patreon campaign has been a tremendously positive influence on Raging Swan Press) so if you if you want cool artwork, I’d urge you to take a look at Encoded Design’s campaign.
11 thoughts on “Borderland Battle: Morrow Style!”
B2 The Keep on the Borderlands?
Until I get more answers, that would be telling!
Keep on the Borderlands was my initial impression.
B2 Keep on the Borderlands. Or simply the most played module in RPG history.
It reminds me a little more of the approach to B5 Horror on the Hill…
Definetly B2 “The Keep on the Borderlands” – I got my copy out to look.
B1, Keep on the Borderlands?
Dang It! B2!
That’s freakin’ awesome! Its B2 the Keep on the Borderlands.
Sadly, I rolled a 1 on my d6. David Lewis, please contact me privately (creighton [at] ragingswan [dot] com) to let me know what PDF you’d like!
Looks like Keep on the Borderlands sort of thing. And that is worth it.