1. 70sscifiart:

sullenmoons:

moebius

Actually by Arthur Suydam in 1981, according to this Flickr image. Thanks to The New Flesh to pointing me in the right direction.

    70sscifiart:

    sullenmoons:

    moebius

    Actually by Arthur Suydam in 1981, according to this Flickr image. Thanks to The New Flesh to pointing me in the right direction.

  2. oldschoolfrp:

"The Great Red Dragon" depicts Flame, an ancient dragon whose vast treasure lures tasty adventurers to his lair.  (Keith Parkinson, from Kingsgate-The Art of Keith Parkinson, SQP/Fanfare, 2004; originally used on the cover of Dungeon magazine No. 1, TSR, 1986, illustrating Grant and David Boucher’s adventure “Into the Fire”.) 
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    oldschoolfrp:

    "The Great Red Dragon" depicts Flame, an ancient dragon whose vast treasure lures tasty adventurers to his lair.  (Keith Parkinson, from Kingsgate-The Art of Keith Parkinson, SQP/Fanfare, 2004; originally used on the cover of Dungeon magazine No. 1, TSR, 1986, illustrating Grant and David Boucher’s adventure “Into the Fire”.) 

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  3. 19 August 2014

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    t-wei:

    Paint days at Garage Project Brewery, with Anna Johnstone, Christie Wright, Ghstie and Mica Still.

  4. 8bitmonkey:

Game of Primes

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    8bitmonkey:

    Game of Primes

  5. threeifbyrobot:

R2Dick

    threeifbyrobot:

    R2Dick

  6. deviantart:

Let’s hope he’s posting to his fan page and not as Bruce Wayne.
Daily Comic 167 by nellucnhoj

    deviantart:

    Let’s hope he’s posting to his fan page and not as Bruce Wayne.

    Daily Comic 167 by nellucnhoj

  7. oldschoolfrp:

Before Dragonlance and before Drizzt walked the Forgotten Realms, Andre Norton loosely set Quag Keep in Gary Gygax’s world of Greyhawk, inspired by a single game of Dungeons & Dragons.  (Cover art by Jack Gaughan, DAW, 1979.)

    oldschoolfrp:

    Before Dragonlance and before Drizzt walked the Forgotten Realms, Andre Norton loosely set Quag Keep in Gary Gygax’s world of Greyhawk, inspired by a single game of Dungeons & Dragons.  (Cover art by Jack Gaughan, DAW, 1979.)

  8. threeifbyrobot:

    Gorgeous deco posters for Metrópolis (1927), by Fritz Lang.

    (Source: fabriciomora)

  9. 
Mickey Mouse and friends in Walt Disney’s “The Mad Doctor” (1933)

    Mickey Mouse and friends in Walt Disney’s “The Mad Doctor” (1933)

  10. oldschoolfrp:

Tom Wham’s far out dungeon map, in an ad for the Dungeon Hobby Shop, Lake Geneva Wisconsin, from Dragon magazine No. 8, TSR, July 1977.  The Dungeon Hobby Shop was operated by TSR, which had its offices upstairs for some time.

    oldschoolfrp:

    Tom Wham’s far out dungeon map, in an ad for the Dungeon Hobby Shop, Lake Geneva Wisconsin, from Dragon magazine No. 8, TSR, July 1977.  The Dungeon Hobby Shop was operated by TSR, which had its offices upstairs for some time.

  11. ladiesagainsthumanity:

Guys, it was seriously therapeutic. #sorrynotsorry, dead fly.

    ladiesagainsthumanity:

    Guys, it was seriously therapeutic. #sorrynotsorry, dead fly.

  12. oldschoolfrp:

Jason battles the hydra in the 1963 Jason and the Argonauts, with animation by the always-inspirational Ray Harryhausen.

    oldschoolfrp:

    Jason battles the hydra in the 1963 Jason and the Argonauts, with animation by the always-inspirational Ray Harryhausen.

    (Source: rafaelandes)

  13. sesamestreet:

Hope you’re having a SUPER day!

    sesamestreet:

    Hope you’re having a SUPER day!