Today, one of them has officially been completed! qMargot from twitter recently sent us their finished piece and it looks absolutely stunning. See for yourself:
Inevera casting her warded dice. It took me a while but I’m finally finished
This is incredible! Thanks so much for letting us see the piece’s progress (it was 100% worth the wait!). I especially love the pose and cool light effects. I wonder what secrets the dice are revealing…
Hey everyone! Man, what I wouldn’t give for a Demon Cycle RPG…
There’s been a lot of talk over the years about a Demon Cycle video game. Some people have even gone so far as to create skins in pre-existing ones. We’ve got Warded Man skins for Skyrim and Minecraft. That’s not even mentioning all Demon-Cycle-Inspired D&D and Homebrew games.
Have I ever mentioned how great fans of The Demon Cycle are? Seriously. Demon Cycle nerds are best nerds.
Recently, we found someone who’s going one step further. Jordie Bowen, a fan from London, sent in this concept for a 2D JRPG-style video game sprite of Arlen Bales. The sprite was created for a project at university and it makes the gamer in me so frikken happy. Check it out!!
There is nothing I don’t love about this. From the name (2Demon, I love it) to the character itself… guh, it’s so good! Definitely makes me want to play.
If that wasn’t awesome enough, Jordie is the same person who put up all those amazing animatic we’ve been showing off recently. That’s right, this is the guy who created this amazing vid:
Also, Dwelling On Fantasy is an awesome website in general. It specializes in reviewing Fantasy novels (both old and new). If you’re looking for your next read, feel free to browse and see if something strikes your fancy.
Essentially, Jamie put out a full animatic from The Warded Man. This is the scene where Keerin tell the Tale of the Return:
Awesome, right?? If that wasn’t enough, Jamie recently put a second animatic of the Attack On The Farm scene. This is a follow-up to the previous video and it is absolutely incredible. Seriously, check this out: