These were all used as covers for some “Werewolf the Apocalypse” meets “Dead Lands” publications back in the late 90′s. Time is always short so I’ve never had time to read the material, but if memory serves, I think the guy getting his ribs rearranged in the middle piece is an undead, hero type. So he lives through the rough handling from the werewolf.
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Greetings and happy Super Moon!
Last month’s “Cry For Help” post yielded some VERY helpful information.
Many thanks to all who posted comments, theories and links.
Also, last month, Laughing Hyena asked about some old images that were sold on my ebay store as Rage prints but did not exist as cards. I decided to use her question as an FMO “request.” So, this month’s offerings are more unused RAGE CCG art.
This last piece was not a request but shared the same destiny and fate as the above Student.
As always, you have my undying gratitude for your interest in my work!!
Thanks also to José Rojas for the unbelievably helpful and cool link to ALL the Rage cards!
I saw a whole lot of old favorites there!!
Lastly, my endless appreciation to Torakhan for his continuous assistance, enthusiasm and watchful eye with ALL things WEREWOLF!!
Thanks for looking and we’ll see you next Full Moon!
Thanks for looking at this month’s Offering!
This lunar cycle I’ve posted three pieces that fall under the “Cry For Help” category. While looking through some old art files, these surfaced. The file containing this art was marked as “Rage: Unpublished.” I do recall that these had a short deadline and it seemed like the Rage CCG was winding down. So I’m wondering, were these ever used for the Rage CCG? Please take a look and if you can supply any insights I would be most grateful !
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This Full Moon Offering features an altered, Japanese version of the “Yawgmoth’s Will” Magic: the Gathering card. The person that commissioned the card requested a WEREWOLF themed alteration. This one was fun!
Years back a Magic fan bought a full (200+ cards) set of Artist Proof cards from me and commissioned a sketch on the back of each card. This sketch was done on the blank back of a “Mad Dog” proof.
As ALWAYS, you have my unending appreciation for stopping at my blog! Talk again soon.
Good evening and thanks for stopping off to look over the new Full Moon Offering.
This month features a sketch-dump of old and newer doodles, incomplete ideas and an unused sketch from the WW 20 project.
Hopefully there was something here that was worthy of your interest or amusement.
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Greetings and thanks for visiting my blog!
This month’s F.M.O. will be a bit different than previous posts. In the past, I’ve generally only posted single images. This month I’ve got something amazing to show off and it requires more than one or two images to do so.
The Werewolf vs. Vampire chess set!
I’ve wanted one of these for years! In early December, a person in England listed one on eBay. My fabulous wife did a “buy-it-now” and it was sitting under the tree for me on Christmas Day!!
A big, big hole in my life healed!
So, here are a few pictures of my big win on Christmas 2012.
So far, we’ve played 3 games with this board. Score: Werewolves-3 Leeches-0!!
For the art portion of this month’s Offering, I’ve dug out an envelope of ancient doodles.
These sketchy panels were done as “marginals” in a copy of “With Fang and Claw,” a White Wolf Games pocketbook sized, publication devoted to the “Rage” card game. White Wolf had asked me to do a sketch in the copy that would be given away as a tournament prize. Looking through the book, I noticed that the margins on the pages were expansive and numerous. So, instead of doing one nice sketch, I did three dozen extremely crude, sequential scrawls in the margins throughout the book.
Having worked through that impulse, I sent the book off to White Wolf and that’s the last I saw or heard of it. Now, after a decade and a half of entombment, it’s brought forth again to hary my already haggard artistic reputation.
Since the plot is as rudimentary as the art, some brief explanation may be necessary: our hero, the werewolf, is attacked by a wYrm creature which he deftly trisects. The three pieces metamorph into separate bane entities. Can Gaia’s champion prevail?!!
Hope you enjoy, and thanks for stopping by!
December’s full moon is obscured by clouds bearing more snow. The plains and barren fields are white and frozen. The wind is bitter.
With those elements to set the mood, I chose an old Get of Fenris piece. This one is a quick half page from the year 2000. I have no memory which book it appeared in.
The posting of old art this month is more a formality or obligation to tradition. What I really want to show you is the FABULOUS gift that was sent to me by my friend and fellow Werewolf enthusiast Torakhan!!
This drinking horn and antler stand arrived unannounced at my home on Dec. 24th. A stunning surprise! Torakhan commissioned this piece from Brian Marshall, his “company” is “Where The Gods Live” and his web site is
(or https://www.facebook.com/WheretheGodsLiveCrafts for Facebook users).
Go and look over his work and BUY til he howls for mercy!
I have always wanted a drinking horn. Now I have one that honors THE tribe and celebrates the completion of one of my largest assignments for the Werewolves!
Ten Trillion thanks to Brother Dreese and my eternal gratitude to you for stopping by my blog!