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Gray Maiden Token Standees by WhoDrewThis
Gray Maiden Token Standees
Free for your enjoyment are ten Gray Maidens and four horse tokens, with plenty of time for you to print and assemble 'em before the new Curse of the Crimson Throne hardcover drops in September 2016. Testing several new miniatures design concepts on this one: octagonal bases (straight lines are easier for folks to cut out), headshot tokens, black and white lineart (technically a throwback to when I used to do them all to scale in ink), simplified base textures, and numbered bases for repeat figures.

I've got a bunch more art of similar design as part of my Hongkong '23 system-neutral setting. You could be looking at them right now for as little as a buck a month.

In case it wasn't clear, permission is granted to print these for personal use. You can print them for use at, like, an event or something, too, far as I'm concerned, too. Reuse/remixing is alright, too, long as you follow that Community Use thing below. I don't really want to feel the brunt of our litigious society because someone decided to sell Gray Maiden Frisbees or something.

Produced under the Paizo Inc. Community Use Policy. Here's that text blurb, which is also on the page:

This miniatures sheet uses trademarks and/or copyrights owned by Paizo Inc., which are used under Paizo's Community Use Policy. We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content. This miniatures sheet is not published, endorsed, or specifically approved by Paizo Inc. For more information about Paizo's Community Use Policy, please visit paizo.com/communityuse. For more information about Paizo Inc. and Paizo products, please visit paizo.com.

Thoughts, feelings, emoticons? Lemme know. If you like it, if you don't, whatever you'd like to say.
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City of the Titan by WhoDrewThis
City of the Titan
More of The Shattered Isle. Relevant Tumblr copypasta:

More stuff for my pirate game: a large-ish island that was formerly part of the southeastern coast of Azlant.

The Island itself, referred to when it’s referred to at all as the Shattered Isle, is mostly overgrown with foliage due to the rich volcanic soil, but bits of ruins still poke out here and there. The dominant sentient species are mobile, humanoid-shaped tree-people some passing sailor dubbed woodmen. They tend to the forests and plains, and grow crops and tend to a vineyard of surprising quality. They’re individually no threat, so I’ll prolly just use some crap CR critter with plant attributes stapled on for ‘em if folks start chopping down wood-people.

In the center of Lake Eluvystra lies the City of the Titan, once part of greater Khalymbrot but now just a chunk of rock and ruins with a large temple on it. A titan dwells there, hence the super-original name. A devout worshiper of Desna, the titan (using 5E empyrean stats) has been bound to the area since well before Azlant became a big deal, and when the Azlanti decided to bild a city here, they made a kind of bargain with the godlike being. The fall of Azlant and basically total isolation made her super-lonely, so she found as many books as she could, hoarded in her temple-home, and was able some time ago to make the woodmen (she has never bothered to name them, as that’s what gods do, and she’s just a kinda-god, so it wouldn’t be appropriate for her station). She’ll gladly entertain visitors, and will do almost anything for stories and (preferably) books.

Side-note on scale: the fancy maps are done so that the master files fills an 8.5" x 11" page, so the scales really only work in that format. I suppose I coulda done a regular on-map scale, but I’ll be printing 'em for in-game use, and just using a ruler to gauge distance suits me fine.

Anyhoo, use the maps if you’d like, don’t need any credit, but it’s appreciated.

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The Shattered Isle by WhoDrewThis
The Shattered Isle
K, this one's one I did for a home game that ended up not happening. I was going to run a pirate mini-game that involved taking some voyages to the broken continent of Azlant. Here's the old Tumblr description; I'll copypasta the relevant bits into each of the art pieces.

More stuff for my pirate game: a large-ish island that was formerly part of the southeastern coast of Azlant. Since this adventure’s super-sandboxy, I don’t know when the group will go here or what they’ll be looking for (90% chance it’ll be ancient Azlanti magical trinkets), so all I’ve got is maps and brainstorm ideas on what to put in it.

The Island itself, referred to when it’s referred to at all as the Shattered Isle, is mostly overgrown with foliage due to the rich volcanic soil, but bits of ruins still poke out here and there. The dominant sentient species are mobile, humanoid-shaped tree-people some passing sailor dubbed woodmen. They tend to the forests and plains, and grow crops and tend to a vineyard of surprising quality. They’re individually no threat, so I’ll prolly just use some crap CR critter with plant attributes stapled on for ‘em if folks start chopping down wood-people.

In the center of Lake Eluvystra lies the City of the Titan, once part of greater Khalymbrot but now just a chunk of rock and ruins with a large temple on it. A titan dwells there, hence the super-original name. A devout worshiper of Desna, the titan (using 5E empyrean stats) has been bound to the area since well before Azlant became a big deal, and when the Azlanti decided to bild a city here, they made a kind of bargain with the godlike being. The fall of Azlant and basically total isolation made her super-lonely, so she found as many books as she could, hoarded in her temple-home, and was able some time ago to make the woodmen (she has never bothered to name them, as that’s what gods do, and she’s just a kinda-god, so it wouldn’t be appropriate for her station). She’ll gladly entertain visitors, and will do almost anything for stories and (preferably) books.

The rest of the island is still pretty loosely defined. Steaming Mount is the volcano that effed up the island 10,000 years ago, but now it’s really no more than a hot spring. Probably. Sunset Bay is a bay with pretty sunsets. The Tangle holds the hostile monsters of thev island, probably plant and/or spiders and/or evil outsiders and/or undead. The ttan could hypothetically wipe all of those out, but 30 feet of powerful outsider is hard to miss, and the monsters all scatter whenever she comes by, so she never gets much of a chance than to pick off stragglers. The woodmen are terrible fighters, so they’re no help there too. Enter adventurers to fix that problem, and a way to be owed a favor by a powerful outsider. Howling Tower is some focal point of bad monster stuff.

There’s more in my head-notes, but it’s really not that important.

Side-note on scale: the fancy maps are done so that the master files fills an 8.5" x 11" page, so the scales really only work in that format. I suppose I coulda done a regular on-map scale, but I’ll be printing 'em for in-game use, and just using a ruler to gauge distance suits me fine.

Anyhoo, use the maps if you’d like, don’t need any credit, but it’s appreciated.

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Ashton Sperry
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When the robots overtook the quibbling city-states of the United States in 1982, they installed in each of these states one brilliant nanite colony to oversee the fleshy ones and make sure the machine agenda was achieved. Colony WDT-1156 was the designated colony for California, successfully guiding the workings of Silicon Valley from an outpost in Palo Alto until its relocation to Idaho for reasons known only to it and its mechanized creators in 1990. It was never heard from again.

Until today: Someday the 9th, 200X.

Then it drew some crap and people liked said crap. So it drew more, and people liked that crap even more. And so on and so on, until tomorrow, 208X, when it wore a silly hat and became President of Forever.

So it was written, in the book of the future. And that's why crazy people aren't usually given keyboards and access to the internet.
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greensam Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday!
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Happy Birthday! :party:
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ManiakMonkey Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello there, you have an amazing gallery, I love your art style. :D
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WhoDrewThis Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2016  Professional General Artist
Thanks! Glad you like it! :D
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