Owl-Woman Oracle: Stillness card

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Finished this card illustration earlier than expected!  This is the Stillness card – roughly equivalent to the Hermit in a standard RWS deck.

Only 5 more card illustrations left to go before the major OWO art assets are complete!

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Client Work: Camp background

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Finished another background for my client Brian’s visual novel this week!  Here’s a makeshift camp in the middle of the woods.

In other news, the next Owl-Woman Oracle card is well underway and should be up by the end of the month!

Owl-Woman Oracle: Strength card

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A new Owl-Woman Oracle card illustration as promised!  Completing the Strength card means I only have 6 more cards to go before the majors-only deck is finished!  After that, my tasks will be finishing up the writing and building the UI.

In case I haven’t mentioned this here before: Several people have expressed interest in a print deck, so I’m researching custom playing card printing services.  I will likely do a limited run of 10-20 decks to start.  Anyone who purchases a deck will receive a free download key for the Owl-Woman Oracle game on itch.io.

Client Work: Throne room background

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Back to work after a long holiday break, and I’ve completed another background for my client Brian’s visual novel.  This is the throne room where a lot of the action happens, so I wanted to make sure it was beautiful and dramatic – but also visually recall the castle hallway background.

In other news, I have new Owl-Woman Oracle card in the works!  Barring any emergencies, that will be up by the end of the month.

Client Work: Castle Hallway Background

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Finished another visual novel background for my client, Brian.  I got really inspired by lavish Tudor-era interiors and their intricate tapestries when researching for this castle hallway.  Looking forward to doing the throne room background for this project next!

Another interesting note: I drew this freehand, as opposed to painting over a 3D model.  😉