I finally got my hands on a copy of Mordenkainen Presents Monsters of the Multiverse late last week when my comp copy arrived from the good folks at WotC. It is a great looking book, and I was interested to see how the four pieces I created for it were printed. Much to my surprise, I had a few additional monsters in the book, eight to be exact. To get things started, here is a look at the book.
When working on projects, I never know what the finished product will be or the scope of the content. I knew Mordenkainen Presents Monsters of the Multiverse was a new monster book, but I didn't know if it was more like a Monster Manual or something containing lore, character content, and monsters. While there are some new playable monster races to pick from, this book is a collection of existing and new monsters. If I still had time to play, this would be a definite purchase. It compiles multiple books' content AND includes new content, which is a win/win in my book. Here are the new monsters I painted for Mordenkainen Presents Monsters of the Multiverse.
Here are my monsters from previous books that have been collected and updated. The one thing that I noticed when looking at the book and monsters that spread across six to seven years of my career is that they, to my eyes, appear consistent. They are made by the same hand in the same style and maintain the same quality. This might not seem like much, but it shows that I have hit a workflow and artistic maturity that allows me to produce quality work consistently for my client. Only WotC know what other adventures these monsters will take, but when and if they do, I will share it with you!
That's all for another exciting Monday on the blog. See you back here on Wednesday! Until then...
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