There are a handful of third-party modules and supplements that feature reprints of some of my work, the second of which I am sharing today. I have been aware of them for a while (as most seem to have been released in 2017), but I recently tracked them all down as best I could to see what was used and if I could obtain a copy. Unfortunately, these particular products do not have physical versions or are no longer available. That said, I investigated to see if I could get details and screenshots of my work in the various products. Today I have the second of these 5E supplements, Codex: Unearthed Arcana. To start things off, here is a look at the cover.
© 2010 Paizo Publishing
I have no idea how the licensing works with WotC, D&D, and third-party products, but it seems very odd that it would include work done for another gaming company. I have no idea how this came to be, if it was kosher, or how they got a print-ready file, but here we are and there is nothing to do about it now. Here is a look at my art on the page of this product.
To make things more suspect, here is an image of the credits from the supplement. I never have, and I mean NEVER, represented myself professionally with my name smashed together uncapitalized. One would think that they simply grabbed the art and my user name off something like DeviantArt and thought that would be good enough. But I don't know any details of how this art ended up here. I kind of wish I did, but as this is work for hire, I have no ownership or copyright related to this image. Here is a look at the credits page, and you will see that my name is not the only other odd entry.
That is all for another exciting week on the blog. See you back here on Monday! Until then...