Chuck Whelon Illustrates “How to Write Adventure Modules that Don’t Suck”

Chuck Whelon recently drew over 24 cartoons for the book How to Write Adventure Modules that Don’t Suck, published by Goodman Games.

The book recently launched on Kickstarter, & includes advice from some of the best RPG writers in the world and is a must-have for anyone thinking about running a game.

View more of Chuck’s work through his Play Illustration portfolio, or on his website: whelon.com.

©Chuck Whelon

©Chuck Whelon

©Chuck Whelon

©Chuck Whelon

©Chuck Whelon

Featured Artist: Mike Nash

Mike Nash is a professional Illustrator, born and based in England. Friendly, thorough and dependable, Mike has produced high-quality artwork from Fantasy genres such as Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Dungeons & Dragons and Mythology for use in book covers, board games, tabletop role-playing games and trading card games. Mike also enjoys producing book covers and interior illustrations for authors, assisting them in furthering their own creative goals.

Despite Mike’s interest in myth and fictitious subjects he attempts to harness a sense of reality and history within his designs; expressed in a traditional, painterly flavor despite working digitally.





You can view Mike’s full portfolio here.