The final installment in the Wanderers of Mu Project player character portrait series. Aruk, the sear-wielding wanderer.
The "Sub-Men" are a proto-human race with near-human intelligence. "Ook" isn't really his name, but it's the best his human companions can manage.
Wanderers of Mu Project's axe-bearing South Pole warrior
The original Chicago Combatives logo incorporating the Martial Blade Concepts triangle, Spartan helmet and Spyderco yojimbo blade silhouettes is by Jessica Wilson; I was hired to clean and update it with a Metallica twist, as well as providing a modified version of a host gym's logo for the t-shirt.
Another original character commission for the Wanderers of Mu Project. Tau the warrior.
Commission for an original character from Wanderers of Mu Project. Vartang is a thief and a scoundrel who may or may not be the key to the end of the world.
A goblin player character.
A friend from EVE Online requested a picture of two pirates done in a particular cyberpunk style; in exchange, I received a Myrmidon-class battlecruiser. This was my introduction to the gaming world's acceptance of exchanging art for ingame assets.
I received a commission to do the mascot for the Edinbugh University's GEAS Sociey ConPulsion convention back in 2008 (or thereabouts, I can't actually remember what year that was). The original was a black-and-white inked design; this coloured version happened later.
A commissioned piece for a friend, to accompany a story he wrote set in the World of Darkness universe. It was published in a magazine, although I'm not certain which one, or if it's available online.