South-East Asian-inspired art by David Lewis Johnson [Scarlet Heroes]

South-East Asian-inspired art by David Lewis Johnson [Scarlet Heroes]

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These South-East Asian-inspired artworks were created for the tabletop RPG Scarlet Heroes (from Sine Nomine Publishing). They are part of an art and map pack released into the public domain (and available for download from here).

This set is by David Lewis Johnson and depicts:

  • A dragon
  • A man next to a horse. He fires a crossbow with his feet
  • An ogre eats a human arm
  • A skinny creature with a strange whip
  • A collection of weapons and armour
  • A collection of weapons
  • Two viziers in front of a barbarian king
  • A man kills several goblins
  • A mage casts magic missile at a goblin
  • Two soldiers lock weapons
  • A treasure hoard
  • A skeleton buried with its sword and armour
  • A treasure chest

The publisher writes:

The art contained in this art pack has been placed in the public domain. I have purchased full rights to each piece from the original artists and with their knowledge and blessing release these rights into the public domain, for you to use as you see fit in personal or commercial endeavors. Out of courtesy, however, I'd ask that you credit the artists if you use these images, and leave the artist's names in the filenames if you bundle them into other packages. You may also wish to leave this file in with them, just so that any future recipient has some specific details about how these files came to be released into the public domain.

Kevin Crawford
Sine Nomine Publishing
March 23, 2014

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