Askaryl's Grimoire

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"Hamnasya -  Askaryl's Grimoire"  is a role playing gamebook for Iphones and Ipads in English and French.

I was happy to be a part of this production. It was a kid's dream for me to work on a gamebook as I read a lot of them.
The visual theme of the quest is clearly around a classic dark fantasy, with creatures , fighting , magical powers, items and  big landscapes.

35 speed-paintings in 4:3 were necessary to illustrate Askaryl's Grimoire project :



More than 100 portraits were necessary to represent creature and actors threw the journey :




Storyboard sample of the video teasing intro , not in a timeline order.


All illustrations were done using Krita development 2.4 beta with a bit of post prod in Gimp. Thanks for the many debug done by the Krita team. 


Here is a work in progress of an illustration  :


Here is the cinematic trailer done to tease the app , produced by Delapost Paris :






For more information: http://www.hamnasya.net 



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6 comments

link Stephen   - Reply

Simply stunning work as usual David. :)

link Itzcuauhtli   - Reply

Wow, your proyect looks very interest, epic and with very much action, jejejeje. The landscapes are very beautiful and the making of is interest.

In your pictures, I can't avoid notice the screenshoot of mobile devices and, although it has to do something with the other, I can't too avoid yourself this question: In the future, Mypaint is available for mobile devices (like tablets and cellulars phones with Android, Ipad or Iphone)

link N30N   - Reply

Itzcuauhtli,

Mypaint can already be used on Linux tablets. An Android port's possible but not ipan/iphone as Apples restrictions conflict with the GPL.

link j-rocky   - Reply

how much time you've spend the centaur progress?

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@j-rocky : It was long ago, so I'm not sure how long time I spent on it ; maybe between 5h to 8h. A sort of "detailed speed-painting".

link Taposy Rabeya   - Reply

Nicely art work.

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