Arthur Griffin, Zombie Apocalypse Survivor

An illustration of a zombie apocalypse survivor character for any such setting.

When the initial zombie outbreak happens, it doesn’t really matter if you’re an experienced prepper just itching for such an eventuality, a teacher wondering why the children are so menacing and pale today, a paramedic with the busiest (and most dangerous) day of their career or a plaing old business man having a lunch celebrating closing a deal. To survive the initial mayhem one needs a hefty portion of pure luck served by Lady Fortuna herself, a hearty plate of survival instinct, a second serving of spicy determination and an energetic dessert of will to live through it all and not giving up.

Also part of my Through the Ages character illustration concept where same characters are depicted in different settings.

‘Brothers, keep chanting! It’s working!’


A black and white illustration of a group of cultists in a forest clearing trying to summon forth a creature from the abyss. This could easily be used as a page element to liven up a written scenario or adventure.

A scene such as this is most suitable for fantasy -themed setting but I suppose it fits equally well a horror -themed setting. Perhaps a group of players is stumbling upon a scene like this accidentally or perhaps they are desperately trying to prevent the members of this sinister cult to achieve a success in their nocturnal activities.