To the left, you will see the portrait of Raimundo Peres da Costa, who discovered the Land of Danger in 1293. By next week, I’m hoping to be able to show you a portrait of Queen Isabel of Portugal who secretly sponsored his voyage.
These background story illustrations are being done by Kristijan Hranisavljević, who is a commercial illustrator/animator from Serbia.
I’ve also started working with Chevee Dodd to update the look-and-feel of the Land of Danger line. He’s signed-up to work as the graphic designer on Tales of Danger #1.
Before that, though, I’ve asked him to help me work out a style guide and basic imaging, font selection, colors, etc., for everything that is made under the “Land of Danger” banner. And with that comes a brand new logo for this line of games …
Next up for Chevee: Logo, icons and card layout graphics for Tales of Danger #1 … I can’t wait to show those off when they start coming through! 🙂