Dungeons & Dragons,  Raiders of the Serpent Sea

Artists of the Serpent Sea

I am very pleased by the largely positive (and entirely constructive) reception to the Raiders of the Serpent Sea player’s guide to this point. Thanks for all the kinds words and your suggestions. As we roll into the Kickstarter to fund the remainder of this project — and beyond — we’ll be taking a close look at all of the comments you’ve been making in regards to balancing, flavor and interest.

Please head over to our Kickstarter page and ask to be notified when it launches!

With that said, knowing how busy I’m about to be with the Kickstarter, I wanted to take the time to thank all of the artists again and call some attention to the amazing work they have been doing.

John “Sirinkman” Stevenson created the beautiful full-color maps, including Grimnir’s world map, the floating town of Drifthall, and numerous adventure area maps.

Polar Engine created stunning hero and monster artwork, including the raider Wizard on the cover of our Player’s Guide.

Sebastian Kowoll created most of our monster illustrations, including the terrifying grimtroll, the great wolf, the sleipnir, and the yoten. He also created the cover image for the game master book featuring a serpent from raider myth rising from the sea.

Chris Anderson created character illustrations, including the wicker and the tallfolk, as well as illustrations of ships and items

Davis Clifford created several interior illustrations, including the great ravens. He also put together our Kickstarter video!

Tom Ventre created several character portraits, including the heroic raider, Hrolf, and the mysterious child, Siddhe.

Erikas Perl created the landscape artwork depicting raiders storming across a beach towards their unfortunate victims.

Wadim Kashin created mythical landscapes, including the lost Stone Court, the great mountain and several other scenes depicting areas and events across the mythical landscape of Grimnir.

Again, a huge thanks to all of the artists who are contributing and I look forward to featuring more of their work (and the work of additional artists as they join the team).