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Happy Birthday, Dad! by JordanGreywolf Happy Birthday, Dad! :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 0 A Creepy Night at Far Harbor by JordanGreywolf A Creepy Night at Far Harbor :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 2 Ahnold Schwarzenuka, Mystery Special Guest Star by JordanGreywolf Ahnold Schwarzenuka, Mystery Special Guest Star :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 4 1 Post-Apocalyptic Black Dynamite by JordanGreywolf Post-Apocalyptic Black Dynamite :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 0 The Great Pretender by JordanGreywolf The Great Pretender :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 2 Interface Zero 2.0 Samurai + Hacker KS Minis by JordanGreywolf Interface Zero 2.0 Samurai + Hacker KS Minis :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 3 0 The Bloodworm Farmer by JordanGreywolf The Bloodworm Farmer :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 4 Fallout 2 Caravan Trailer WIP by JordanGreywolf Fallout 2 Caravan Trailer WIP :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 2 Death From Above (Fallout Bloatflies) by JordanGreywolf Death From Above (Fallout Bloatflies) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 0 Death From Below (Fallout Bloodworms) by JordanGreywolf Death From Below (Fallout Bloodworms) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 0 Far Harbor Giant Hermit Crab (completed) by JordanGreywolf Far Harbor Giant Hermit Crab (completed) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 4 2 WIP: Far Harbor Hermit Crab Conversion by JordanGreywolf WIP: Far Harbor Hermit Crab Conversion :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 6 R00-B-Delta (AKA Rooby-Doo) - Cyberhound Sleuth by JordanGreywolf R00-B-Delta (AKA Rooby-Doo) - Cyberhound Sleuth :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 6 Stephanie Drake (Fallout Daphne Blake) by JordanGreywolf Stephanie Drake (Fallout Daphne Blake) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 4 2 Raggy (Fallout Shaggy) by JordanGreywolf Raggy (Fallout Shaggy) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 0 Ted Bones (Fallout Fred) by JordanGreywolf Ted Bones (Fallout Fred) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 1

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Happy Birthday, Dad!
A custom birthday card design for my awesome pilot dad, whose birthday happens to also fall on International Talk Like a Pirate Day.  (Yarrr!  Arrrr!)  Anyway, I based this off of a J2 Piper Cub on display in the Smithsonian during my visit there (over a weekend extension on a business trip), though I modified it here into a *J3* Piper Cub, which is what my dad actually had (and the first plane I have even a fragment of a memory of ever flying in).  This was a very lightweight cloth-on-wood-and-metal-frame affair, seating two by putting them one in front of the other, and each position had linked joysticks (so in theory you could take turns at the controls).  Thus, my dad taught me at a young age the basics of pitch and yaw and (I shudder at the memory!) stall speeds.  I didn't ever get around to actually LANDING a plane until he upgraded to a Cessna 140. 

(Alas, the J3 Cub was destroyed when a tornado blasted past an airfield where it was tied down.  The tornado didn't actually HIT the airfield, but the winds were still extreme enough to tear the poor little craft to shreds.  :(  )

To this day, he's still building, repairing, and flying aircraft.  :)
A Creepy Night at Far Harbor
Reaper Miniatures 32mm scale plastic gaming miniature #80063 "Ship's Hand," slightly modified to replace a belaying pin held in the right hand with a bottle of Vim instead, and with a spare Ch'thon tail-tip somewhere or the other to suggest the sort of sea hazards one might encounter at Far Harbor.  (Fallout 4 DLC.)

The pier and shack wall were made from foam-core and "popsicle" craft sticks; I tried angling the sticks to serve as slats for the side of a building, as per some of the seaside shacks from Fallout 4.  The crates are Hirst Arts Castlemolds castings, while the floats are painted up beads and wire.
Ahnold Schwarzenuka, Mystery Special Guest Star
Rafm Miniatures RAF02804 "Briggs" 32mm scale pewter gaming miniature, painted up as "Ahnold Schwarzenuka," a possible option for the "Mystery Special Guest Star" pre-gen character slot for my "Rooby-Doo" Savage Worlds RPG adventure scenario for Necronomicon 2018. 

The basic idea is that I've got a quasi-generic character sheet, I ask the player to name some rock star, actor, fictitious character, etc., who could be the "special guest star" in this game -- think of the "special guest star" in an episode of the old Scooby-Doo -- and then I fill in a few Edges/abilities and perks to "flesh out" the character a little.  Ideally, it should be a character the player can do an "impression" of -- not necessarily a GOOD impression, as that's asking too much, but an amusing one would be fine.  :)

Toward that end, I'm bringing a few "generic" male and female character minis along, so I can put something on the table as a proxy.  If the player is unable to think of something, then I have a few "celebrity" minis on hand to put out there as thought-starters, with some example perks already figured out. 

Ahnold Schwarzenuka talks in a distinctive accent, is big and brawny, and carries a minigun that can turn things into a fine red mist.  Nuka-Girl has a space-suit and zappy guns, and speaks in an overly chipper voice.  The Silver Shroud is a "Phantom" wannabe who talks in an overwrought "old-timey radio hero" voice, has a silver tommy-gun, and impressive stealth.  Cappy is an anthropomorphic bottle cap who talks in a Mickey Mouse voice, has absolutely no combat capabilities, but is just incredibly, stupidly lucky, and has Bottle as a sidekick to take all the damage in his stead.  Grognak the Barbarian also strangely talks in a vaguely Austrian accent, is incredibly brawny, but instead of firing a minigun, he swings a mighty battleaxe.  Etc.

Okay, of those examples "Ahnold Schwarzenuka" doesn't really fit into the Fallout universe, per se, but I happened to have the mini, so I painted it.  ;)
Post-Apocalyptic Black Dynamite
Rafm Miniatures RAF02860 "Action Jackson" 32mm scale pewter gaming miniature painted up to resemble "Black Dynamite" (the animated version).  This is one of the several "looks sort of like a celebrity or pop-culture character" minis I'm taking along for my "Rooby-Doo" adventure for the player who chooses the "Mystery Special Guest Star Cameo" PC pre-gen and has trouble settling upon an actor or fictitious hero for the role.  Black Dynamite's 1970s setting isn't particularly appropriate to Fallout, but this is just a silly convention one-shot, so I'm not terribly afraid of a little bit of anachronism.
The Great Pretender
Reaper Bones #80023 "Action Jackson" modified and painted up as "The Great Pretender."

Okay, so I've already painted up "Action Jackson" as intended ... and then I ALSO had a Rafm USX Modern Heroes "Action Jackson" that I painted up ... but then somehow I got this extra "Action Jackson" in a grab-bag deal.  I got the crazy idea to change the afro into a crazy over-the-top pompadour, and turn this guy into yet another Elvis impersonator, a la the "Kings" from Fallout: New Vegas (although this guy has more of a 1970s Elvis-in-a-jumpsuit look, rather than the "young 1950s Elvis" of New Vegas).

My notion is that he'll be one of the "looks sort of like a celebrity" minis I'm taking along for my "Rooby-Doo" adventure, as an option to put out there if the player of the "Mystery Special Guest Star Cameo" role is running into inspiration problems on what celebrity to try playing.  ("Okay, can't think of one?  Well, how about ... 'Thuh King?'")

Background elements include a Toy Story playset (and a junked Toy Story Happy Meal toy car), plus a Secret Weapon Miniatures "City Streets - Ruined" terrain tile.
Recently, I've helped out with a few "figure flat" illustrations for the sci-fi/cyberpunk setting of "Interface Zero 2.0" (from Gun Metal Games), and I also wrapped up a sci-fi/horror campaign using a slight variation on the same setting.  (I was using the beta test rules, so some of the details of my setting were put together before all of the "fluff" came out for the proper IZ setting.  My version of Ceres, for instance, is a bit more remote and claustrophobic and horror-appropriate than the version that appears in the space supplement for IZ 2.0.)

Anyway, some of my more recent uploads are samples of the "flat art" done for a project related to that for the IZ 2.0 Kickstarter.  The idea is that, in lieu of having 3D miniatures, you might use little paper fold-ups that have pictures of characters and creatures to represent their positions on the table.  The artwork would end up being shrunk down to about 1" to 1.25" tall, so it's okay that it's a bit rough and sketchy.  Some of them suffer a bit more than others for being blown up large enough to show off here, so I'm definitely not sharing the whole lot of them.

Interface Zero 2.0 is a trademark of Gun Metal Games ( ).
Savage Worlds is a trademark of Pinnacle Entertainment Group ( ).


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T. Jordan "Greywolf" Peacock
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
Concept illustrator, word processing specialist, layout editor, and miniatures gamer (among other things).


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ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2017
A year later, and Happy Birthday again!
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!  Had a great time hitting thrift stores, on the hunt for more junk to transform into scenery.  :)
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017
Glad to hear you had such a good time.
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2016
Happy Birthday, and many joyous returns of the day!
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!  I had a very happy birthday.  :)  I went out to Rock 'n' Brews (a restaurant franchise co-owned by Gene Simmons, with lots of rock memorabilia, classic rock videos playing on big screens around the place, and such).  It just so happened that they had a classic car (and motorcycle) show in the parking lot that day.  Too bad I didn't have my camera with me.  :(  (Next week I DID remember.  No car show that week, but as I was coming in the front door, the attendant told me to turn around -- and as I did and looked, I could see the trail of a rocket going up.  This place was out in the middle of a wide field, without much building-up nearby, so there were no obstructing trees or buildings, and for once it was a not-cloudy day.  I managed to snap off a picture of that, but ... eh, it's just a vertical trail in the sky.  I guess it's just one of those "you had to be there" things.)

But I digress.  There was a DeLorean (the stainless steel kind, a la Back to the Future), tons of Mustangs of various years, an old 1952 Ford F1 pickup (the kind the Fallout "Pick-R-Up" truck is modeled after), some crazy cars on overblown hydraulic suspension, some '50s hot rods ... but I think my favorite was this beat-up-looking car that looked like someone had taken a '30s coupe and "Mad-Maximized" it with an engine that needed cut-outs in the hood to make room for, with bolted-on bits of scrap metal here and there, and lots of rust.  The catch was ... it wasn't really rust.  The car had been done up with texture effects and spray-painted "dust."  No car wash would ever help THAT car.  Very cool.

Also, since this is Florida, the weather was just about perfect out on the deck.  Oh yeah, and the food was pretty good, too.

Anyway, I hope your Holidays are Happy!  (I'm too late to wish a Merry Christmas, unless retroactively, or very, VERY early.)
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2016
Thanks for the holiday wishes, and it's good to hear that you had such a great birthday.
Wicked-Wild-Woohoo Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2016
Greetings and Happy Birthday to thee, Jordan! May your birthday be a treasured event and filled with happiness. Pleasant wishes go out to you! <3 
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks muchly!  :)  My birthday was indeed happy.  (I'll just try not to think too much about how many candles....)
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2015
Happy Birthday, Jordan!
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!  :)
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