OVA: The Anime Role-Playing Game lets you and your friends become your favorite characters from the diverse worlds of Japanese animation. All you need are pencils, paper, some dice, and your imagination! Save the princess (or prince!) from a fire-breathing dragon, tackle invading squadrons of giant robots, or find true love amid campus hijinks. It’s all up to you!
Create Your Perfect Character
With OVA, there’s no need to worry about rows of numbers and statistics. Creating characters takes just minutes—it’s as simple as describing them!
Entertaining and Lavishly Illustrated
Detailed examples and over 65 illustrati
It's finally time! The long-awaited revised edition of the OVA Role-Playing Game will be coming out soon! You can now preorder the book and support the project through our Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign.
THE GAME OF ANIME ACTION!
OVA: The Anime Role-Playing Game lets you and your friends become your favorite characters from the diverse worlds of Japanese animation. All you need are pencils, paper, some dice, and a little bit of imagination. Save the princess (or prince!) from a fire-breathing dragon, tackle invading squadrons of giant robots, or find true love amid campus hijinks -- it's all up to you!
CREATE YOUR PERFECT CHARACTER
Yowie, I am alive! I apologize for the lack of updates and will be trying to fill up my neglected gallery. More content soon!
For those curious to learn more about some of the freelance work I've been doing, head over to my blog. There's a sneak preview of the OVA Role-Playing Game and a look at some of the covers I was commissioned to do for a German radio play series -- these are exclusive tidbits you won't find posted here on deviantART.
Studio Cramoisy was formed by Niko Geyer and Honoel A. Ibardolaza in 2007 in response to a gnawing need to bridge the narrowing gap of their unique working environment – Niko is based in Germany and Honoel in the Philippines. Before the online studio, both artists had worked independently on a variety of projects, from collectible card games to full-length graphic novels.
They joined forces with American Clay Gardner to round out their offerings with a bit of design, typographic flair, and really tiny icons.
In 2010, deciding that three continents wasn't enough, the studio invited Madeleine Rosca, the award-winning artist from Down Und
I caved in and decided to find out for myself what the Twitter sensation is all about. For those of you who don't mind being spammed with trivialities and other unnecessary messages, feel free to follow my tweets!
Also, I started a collection of random titles to be used as inspiration for new illustrations. The idea is to draw or paint my personal interpretation of the names that strike a chord with me. Anybody want to donate some?
The one I started my list with is "You and I and Months of Snow."
UPDATE: I was contacted by Thea Cooke, the administrator of ArtBloom, about being featured on their website. The idea is to display the pieces of