Thursday, 29 October 2015

The Name of the Wind: Tarbean

There are few better sources of inspiration than an amazing book not yet adapted into anything, a virgin field that make your imagination go wild! This is the case of the city of Tarbean, from the awesome books of "The Name of the Wind", dangerous and oppressing never ending city in which our hero tries to survive. So there it goes an illustration I have done for the book, I hope I have done it justice. 

"Tarbean was too big, actually it was bast, inmense. Seas of people, forests of buildings, roads wide as rivers. It smelled like coat and smoke and tar. If I had been in my right mind, I never would have gone there.
You can´t avoid getting lost or accosted in the tangles web of twisting streets and dead end alleys."
Patrick Rothfuss, the Name of the Wind.

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Mobile Game Design: Backgrounds

Hi there! I want to share with you today some of the backgrounds I did for an indie RPG mobile game! Hope you like it! More to come!

Welcome to our world! :D :D :D

Enchanted Forest Level
A mystical forest with lush scenary and sparkling rivers where Fairys and such reside, which either would guide you into an spectacular secret place or eat you whole. All of natures beauty can be found here.

 Undead Dungeon Level
A Dull, Cramped and Cold dungeon with echo like rooms and corridors where you can hear strange noises and the rats moving between the walls.