How to Succeed in RPGs or Die Trying
A blog about roleplaying. You probably shouldn't read it.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
The other day, I came across this cool thing:
writer Scott Taylor managed to contact a bunch of classic role-playing game artists and each get them to illustrate a character
. In this case, Taylor picked an old character of his, asking each artist to illustrate "a female wizard named Lyssa, who always wears white trimmed in gold and has raven-black hair."
Over the course of the project, he manages to get artists such as Jeff Laubenstein, Jeff Dee, Tony DiTerlizzi, Larry Elmore, and Liz Danforth.
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