Telling Tales from the Floating Vagabond

Original Cover Art by James Holloway

In the distant mists of the 1980’s, master gamesmith Lee Garvin created Tales from the Floating Vagabond, a roleplaying game (RPG) for adults of legal drinking age featuring dimension-hopping, genre-mixing comedic storytelling. Lee successfully ran a Kickstarter in 2013 to publish a second edition of TF2V. Unfortunately, the Universe had developed a major grudge against […]

I Am Lion, Fear My Roar

Constellations: Poems of the Night Watch

In which I finally take the plunge and begin coloring my work for Poems of the Night Watch – by first limiting my options!

Dreep

Dreep

In which I design a sheep-like creature for the half-orc Druid to cuddle in our Dungeons & Dragons campaign.

Old Friends, New Techniques

Old Friends, New Techniques

In which I begin to explore the intricacies of digital watercolor techniques using my very first RPG character as a guinea pig…even though he’s a coyote!

Floating Logos

Floating Logos

While Poems of the Night Watch is paying the bills, Tales from the Floating Vagabond is paying the karma forward, as it were. A dear friend introduced me to this wacky, obscure, off-the-wall roleplaying game in college, and to my utter delight, I met the game’s creator several years later and we too became friends. […]

Back to the Drawing Board

Back to the Drawing Board

I took a break from sketchblogging last fall when a hip injury started interfering with my work. One year and one surgery later, I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve left my agency job and successfully transitioned to freelance artist. I’m working for the best client in the world: my mother! Her latest book, Poems of […]

We’re Gay. Expect Tieflings.

We're Gay, Expect Tieflings

My newest D&D party travels on a flying ship, and none of the players wanted to play a captain, so the DM put out a short survey where we could all vote on the NPC captain’s race, gender, and bits of background. Maybe LGBTQ+ people are a minority of the U.S. population, but at least […]