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Author Topic: Open Art Call for a Tales of Gor Adventure  (Read 988 times)

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Open Art Call for a Tales of Gor Adventure
« on: May 15, 2018, 11:27:49 AM »
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I'm in the market for two black and white A5 scale illustrations at 300-600 dpi. Pay is $50 USD per image but is negotiable to an extent (privately). Payment in full on delivery, with a delivery time of no more than two weeks from accepting the gig. Even if you can't take the gig, please pass it on!

Apply via email to grim@postmort.demon.co.uk or on Twitter @grimachu please include a link to your portfolio or sample work.

I am ALWAYS looking for artists, so be sure and sub to my social media channels etc to pick up on future opportunities.

These illustrations are for the Tales of Gor game, for a new adventure supplement 'The Cave of Gold'.

I am looking for something along the lines of the following:

  • A panther girl (female bandit) dressed in dark leopard skins, armed with a spear and/or short bow. A defiant (chin high) look. Full body illustration. The clothing should expose the thigh, which has a mass of scarring criss-crossing one spot on the upper, outer thigh. Draw influence from traditional African dress – but not too much.
  • A male bandit, somewhat bashful and haggard looking, stubbly, shabby-haired, hollow-cheeked and wide-eyed. He should be dressed in a jerkin, britches and boots and armed with a buckler shield and short sword/long dirk. Draw influence from early medieval or Saxon clothing. Full body illustration.
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