ArtStation stop: Justin Sweet

Scent of a Gamer

Justin Sweet has illustrated some memorable cards for Magic: the Gathering, but I have already featured those. For this ArtStation stop I want to focus on his other work. Here are some notable pieces from his portfolio.

Black Sea


The colours on this piece are muted right down to the grey skies around this solitary figure on an undead steed.

Giant Killer


Presumably negotiations are going well? No one seems to have been killed just yet.

Jon Snow


Jon Snow, the favourite of many, shown here with Ghost and Longclaw.

Snow White


This bright piece shows Snow White in the woods…

Snow White 2


…while this darker peice shows her in the woods at night.

See more at Justin Sweet’s ArtStation page.

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The Mad Warlock’s Dome & Tower!

Every month that Patreon funding remains over the $400 mark I sift through my back catalog and bring up a selection of maps that my patrons then vote on as to which will be released under the free commercial-use license. We ended last month at the $500 mark, so I put the roster up with […]

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The Cthulhu Hack Giveaway Winner!!

Thanks to everyone who entered our holiday giveaway of The Cthulhu Hack rulebook and PDF bundle. I have compiled all of the entries below in hopes that some you will find inspiration for a future investigation or campaign. It should be noted that all rights are retained by the person creating and submitting the entry. […]

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D&D 5E – Falling Objects —

Falling Objects Just as characters take damage when they fall more than 10 feet, so to do they take damage when they are hit by falling objects. I was using these house rules for 3rd edition and they still work for 5th edition. I would typically allow a character to make a DC 15 DEX […]

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XENOS! – Aliens for D&D 5th Edition


Daemons & Deathrays “We’ll be taking that world of yours!”

Extraterrestrials, xenoforms, space beings, aliens. These are all methods to categorize something not from this world, something so detached from us in almost every way possible. The thought of something we can’t quite comprehend frightens us, because we can’t anticipate their next move or attempt to understand their motives or culture. For many, the Alien is the fear of the unknown and distant realized. Some end up trying to learn their ways and branch diplomacy further. Some react in hostility and branch war further into the known universe. Either way, an encounter with an alien is one that will be known for ages to come.

While aliens have been documented across space and time, many popular ones keep show up in scripts, tomes and records. These are the Greys, the Reptillians, The Children, Invaders, many more. Many of these accounts have been destroyed…

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