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New Art Spotlight: May 2020

New Art Spotlight: May 2020
Hey there, everyone! We hope you've been staying safe and taking care of yourselves out there. Apparently it's already the end of May, which means we're now halfway through 2020! As surprising as that may have been for many of us here at Team Inked (Seriously though, is anyone else caught between "It's already been six months!?" and "It's only been six months?!"), that does also mean it's time for us to do another New Art Spotlight!

May has been an incredibly active month for our artist program. We've received tons of amazing new art submissions, and we can't wait to share them with you all. As usual, we've randomly selected three of our new art submissions and included them below for you.

If you like these works, check out the other awesome new art available on our site and keep an eye out for our future New Art Spotlight blog posts. You can also follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram to help make sure you never miss out on one of our spotlights, announcements, or memes in the future.

If anyone out there is at all interested in joining our program (or you know somebody that you think definitely should be signing up for our program) you can head over to our Sell Your Art On Inked Gaming page to learn more about the program and how to submit an application!

 

Dredge 6

Dredge 6 By Qemikal Art
Artist: Qemikal Art
Artist Bio: "A mad scientist in his lab mixing art & hip hop. I’m also a big lover of table top games and want to mix my love of hip hop with the love of gaming. So stay tuned you might see some awesome things soon.

You can follow more of my artwork on the following links

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/qemikal_art
Twitter: https://twitter.com/qemikal_art
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QemikalArt"
 
 

Goth Lauren

Goth Lauren By Michael Dashow
Artist: Michael Dashow
Artist Bio: "Hi, I'm Michael Dashow, a game industry veteran and pro artist. I do illustration work for tabletop games, video games, and just for fun. My favorite genres to work in are science fiction, fantasy and steampunk. I enjoy developing character-driven pieces, especially humorous ones. I live in Oakland, California, USA.

Web site: http://www.michaeldashow.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichaelDashowArt
Tumblr: https://mdashow.tumblr.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mdashow/
ArtStation: https://www.artstation.com/walrus"
 
 

Ouija Tombstone

Ouija Tombstone By Mythic Mats
Artist: Mythic Mats
Artist Bio: "Mythic Mats believes in a modern design that is rooted in the ancient. Drawing upon cultural symbols, motifs, and aesthetics, each playmat is meant to evoke the splendor of fantasy and history of man."
 

Stay safe and take care,
Team Inked