The Amber Pendant

A new fantasy artist on the block …

The Amber Pendant - blue - cropped

I’ve posted before about the 4E solo campaign I’m running occasionally (very occasionally as it happens…. doesn’t life just get in the way!!) for my son, called the Amber Pendant. His character has been called upon to embark on a quest for this relic of a bygone age, which has been stolen by agents of the Conclave of Dark Amber, one of the villainous Icons (yes this is 4E with 13th Age spice) of my Tolrendor setting.

So, a little while ago I commissioned (aka asked nicely…) my daughter, now 16 and studying A-level Fine Art, for a painting of the Amber Pendant … and here you have the result!!

I fully accept that I’m a bit biased, but I’m pretty chuffed with the outcome! This was produced using the Art Rage program on her iPad, and I hope this is the first of many further family collaborations – I may even have to start actually paying 🙂

Love to hear your views in the comments.

 

 

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3 Responses to The Amber Pendant

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  2. Your daughter is very talented. I may just have to steal that: Thanks! 🙂

  3. Stebby Surehand says:

    That’s amazing. What a wonderful “painting.” It’s especially wonderful considering how young the artist is! I predict nothing but great things ahead for her. Wow!

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