Tag Archives: illustration
A sneak peek of my artwork for Fairy Tale Gloom, the newest expansion of Gloom. Gloom is a successful card game designed by Keith Baker and published by Atlas Games, a game well known for his dark sense of humour and a peculiar … Continue reading
Earlier this month, Inkle Studios released the Android version of 80 Days, including with it some new content, including new transports, new locations and more than 30.000 words of extra content taking players to the North Pole and back. It’s … Continue reading
Some sketches of my recent trips to UK, mostly views of London: Spitalfields, Kew Gardens, Golders Hill, V&A Museum, etc.
Roving cities, mechanical camels, automaton Burmese lions, voodoo-like caged condors, Ottoman floating warships, Indian rocketships, airship pirates and a long etc. Here are a bunch of concepts for some of the most exotic vehicles Phileas Fogg & Passepartout will use to circumnavigate the globe … Continue reading
These are some of the characters Passepartout & Phileas Fogg will meet while travelling around the world at 80 Days . The new interactive experience from inkle studios based in the works of Jules Verne.
80 Days the Interactive Narrative Adventure based in Jules verne works, the Real-time, massively-branching multiplayer interactive fiction is already available at the App Store
A fast update to unveil a few concepts of the transports available to Phileas Fogg & Passepartout to circumnavigate the globe at 80 DAYS. 80 Days is an interactive fiction gamebook based loosely on Jules Verne’s Around the World in … Continue reading
I don’t use to blog about what I like or dislike since I think there are better ways of fun in life than reading my rants. But this time I think I should tell you about my last crushes: Tales … Continue reading
Meet the pilot of one of the Zulu Federation’s copper airships at 80 Days by inklestudios.com
Infected by Art is a Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror Illustration competition open to professional and emerging artists from all over the world. The artwork selected by the Jury Panel represents some of the best fantastic artwork being created today by artists who … Continue reading