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Published: April 23, 2012
© 2012 - 2019 JeffDee
This is a new drawing, re-creating my 1980 original from the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons adventure S3: Expedition to the Barrier Peaks (TSR Hobbies, 1980).


Check out my latest Kickstarter project to re-create my old TSR art: the Nonhuman Deities and Demigods! [link]

At the end of each of these projects, I always wind up with a few prints left over due to printer overruns. I also still have most of the new originals. If you missed any, from this or any of my previous projects, check here for availability and ordering instructions: [link]
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Adobe Photoshop 7.0
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Luvecerviere Digital Artist
*laugh* I'm not sure what is going on here but it looks fun!
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Zombie-KawakamiProfessional General Artist
I love the general "fuck you guys" attitude the robots seem to be displaying. Also, classic bulettes are always awesome.
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Robots... throwing a Bulette... out of an airlock....

What more can be said? XD
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Chamjari General Artist
played this module when I was a kid. It blew my mind. It was all the art by you and Erol that made it really stand out. I spent my entire second grade year drawing barbarians with needle guns.
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JLBlackHobbyist General Artist
This has always been one of my favorite pictures from Expedition to the Barrier Peaks. Very cool and evocative. There's humor, but also an indication of danger and mystery. I remember the reaction my players had when I first showed them this picture - at first, some shocked laughs, then a realization of how much potential danger they were near. Then the PCs scrambled for safety.
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greyormProfessional General Artist
Oh, I love this.
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cwslyclghHobbyist General Artist
I have always liked this picture
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