#RPG – A Month of Monsters – The Baron

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You can buy this piece of stock art, for as little as $1 this month as part of a promotion. We have a promotion running all month, 31 pieces of monstrous stock art, one a day until all are at on sale culminating on the 31st for Halloween.

This piece depicts an unearthly gentleman with an unsettling, tombstone, grin.

The Baron is a legend and a contradiction, a dead man who loves life. A wight that heals. A fleshly being who acts more like a spirit. His booming laugh and enormous carnal appetites – for pleasure, drink, food and smoking herbs – are as legendary as he is. He follows his own whims but repays debts. He is neither hero nor villain, he simply does what amuses him and keeps to deals he has struck, with a blunt manner and a literally interpretive frame of mind. Villain or ally? That really depends whether you amuse him or not and whether you bought him a drink.

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#RPG – A Month of Monster – The Otomou

58403You can buy this piece of stock art, for as little as $1 this month as part of a promotion. We have a promotion running all month, 31 pieces of monstrous stock art, one a day until all are at on sale culminating on the 31st for Halloween.

This piece depicts some mutated children, but they can double for goblins or other unnatural travesties.

The otomou are the degenerate remnants of a once-great race from beneath the mountains. Deep in tunnels that shine and glow with autonite and torbenite and shimmer with pitchblende. Deeper still a greenish light glows bright enough to see and here around magical hot-springs and steaming rocks the otomou make their home.

Fierce, degenerate, territorial, they guard the ruins of their once great civilisation most fiercely, even though they no longer understand the intricacies of the gears, engines of steam and the fine artistry of their forebears. Still, the precious, glowing stone and the relics of this once mighty people, bring many adventurers to seek their fortune.

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#RPG A Month of Monsters!

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A MONTH OF MONSTERS!

It’s October, every gamer’s favourite month. It’s also the lead-up to Clipart Critter 500!

To celebrate, Postmortem Studios and Brad McDevitt are running a special sale from now until Halloween. Each day we’re going to post up a piece of monstrous stock-art at the low price of $1 (a 75% saving!)

Each sale will be active from its day of posting until the end of the month, so that busy shoppers can just go through the list and grab everything that they want on October 31st!

But why wait when you can get a dose of Halloween, every day!

Check back daily for the new featured critter!

(Posted US time)

 

 

#RPG #TTRPG – Postmortem Studios May Update

240931The art on the left is by Brad McDevitt, who sells a ton of stock art through us. Perfect if you’re starting out making your own games or need something cool for a handout. This art isn’t only for use in RPGs, you can use it in any of your personal or professional projects, subject to the license.

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Personal Update

I am doing a hell of a lot better, having had my cocktail of brain drugs adjusted. Now, if I could only also get a prescription for Modafinil, I think I might become a Delphi Juicer (RIFTS). This means my output has gone up a lot – as you may have noticed – in terms of blogs, Youtube videos and, behind the scenes, work. I’m slowly getting back into routine and becoming more productive. I’m by no means ‘better’, just more capable. I have a tendency to run myself into the ground with work the moment I’m capable of it, so I’m watching for that.

Youtube and Facebook make raising awareness of product so very difficult it sometimes barely seems worth trying. Recent changes have also led to videos being suppressed on Youtube and followers and subscribers not seeing posts on Facebook, or people leaving Facebook due to privacy concerns. All social media is suffering in this way, save the Alt Tech platforms (like Minds and Gab) which have their own problems since, being free expression havens, their first ‘settlers’ have often been politically or socially unsavoury.

I think we’ve turned a corner on this socially, but the wheels of government and corporatocracy move much slower so it is now Terms of Service and regulation that we now find ourselves battling and when it comes to companies there’s a balance between the rights of the consumer and the rights of the owner that needs to be struck. The public square is in private hands and that presents all sorts of problems for our social and political institutions and our understanding of the right to free speech. The Count Dankula trial is probably the best example of how bad this can get and how important it is.

This is the environment in which I find myself working on more Gor material. Making a rod for my own back I suppose! I don’t intend to self-censor at all. We’ll see how bad things get I guess.

560I’m currently working on regular blogs and other content, trying to drive people to subscribe and support on Patreon to help push up a regular income, as well as a fantasy setting for Machinations of the Space Princess (odd, I know) and more Gorean supplements.

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#AprilTTRPGmaker Any design partners?

color3My first writing partner was Steve, with whom I produced the Munchkin’s Guide to Powergaming. He doesn’t work in gaming anymore, even a little bit, though he did assist with another early effort, Iron Empire (steampunk before steampunk really became a ‘thing’). He still games though, and we meet up with the rest of our group about every month and a half for a weekend-long session.

Otherwise I’ve worked alongside and with a lot of people in different games and books and to different levels of cooperation. Mostly though, I prefer to work independently, by myself, accountable only to myself. Once you’ve had that kind of freedom it is very hard to tolerate cooperation as it tends to read as interference.

For the longest time though, I have had a partnership with the artist Brad McDevitt, an industry veteran who sells stock art through me and has artwork in more of my books and materials than anyone else.

#RPG Zelart Scholarship – More New Art For Sale

Another artist’s work added to the Zelart Scholarship section of our stock art collection. Giedrius has created two full colour pieces of art for science fiction work. You can use these pieces for personal or professional projects – subject to the attached licence – after purchase HERE. 

#RPG – Zelart Scholarship – Alex Mayo

magpiethumbAlex of Penetralia Press was kind enough to help us out with the Zelart Scholarship project by providing some art for us to sell to support next year’s fundraiser.

You can check it out, and a lot more besides HERE. Buying this stock art will help young genre artists in the future, but Postmortem Studios also has a great selection of commercial stock art by Brad McDevitt and a ton of great RPG games and resources. Alex’s work will be being released over the next few days, so keep checking back!