Something Steampunkish

A weird bunch of steampunk(ish) images. Transparency-enabled (alpha-mapped) png images for easy use as page layout elements or filler pictures for, say, adventure writers creating steampunk-themed role-playing game scenarios, short stories or whatnot. Images are 1920×1280 each.








A simple black and white illustration of a traditional fantasy creature – the kobold. When I started playing and game mastering Dungeons & Dragons back in the mid-80’s, the kobolds were described as more canine-like creatures as opposed to today’s kobolds that owe more to lizards than canines. My illustration is trying to be a bit of both combining aspects from canine and lizard forms.

This illustration is designed to be used as graphic resource to liven up written fantasy-themed scenarios or adventures. The image is provided in PNG file format with transparency enabled.


Rogue in the Night

A simple black and white illustration of a female rogue or spy wielding knives. Designed as a filler graphic or spacing element graphic for writers writing fantasy and adventure scenarios for role-playing games. This image is published in PNG format with proper alpha-mapping so it’s easy to use in pages with background color differing from white.

So … you really didn’t get that horse?

A black and white illustration for any fantasy -themed setting. Alpha-mapped PNG file. This illustration is designed to be used as a filler graphic element to space paragraphs and text. Meant for writers of role-playing game adventures and scenarios who want a little bit of graphics to liven up their text.

All role-playing game masters and players can recall incidents like this: players have gathered all sorts of knick-knacks they think they might need in the immediate future and after the game master points out that they really can’t even walk straight if they intend to carry it all on their backs, the players need to figure out alternate courses of action.


Dare to Take a Sip?


A black and white illustration of a chalice and pitcher on a marble pedestal. Does the liquid merely refresh you, heal you or even kill you? A risk that every adventurer has to judge by themselves.

This resource was designed to be used as a filler graphic or a spacing element when designing a page layout for role-playing game scenarios or adventures.