The Kobold team continues to work hard toward our first phase of Project Black Flag playtesting, set to release in February.
Thank you to all 27,000+ of you who signed up to get your claws on the first-look playtest. We are humbled. Know that plans are in place, and we will be in contact with Phase 1 information soon. If you want to sign up to playtest Project Black Flag, join our playtest list here!
Last week we shared the amazing piece of art, Man of War, by William O’Brien. This Project Black Flag-inspired art left us wanting even more! This week, we’re pulling back the curtain to share other artists working on this project.
Raise the Black Flag with us to welcome this incredible artistic team.
Marc Radle has been Kobold Press’s Art Director and Lead Graphic Designer for over a decade. He’s worked on nearly a hundred Kobold Press products, including the ENnie award-winning Creature Codex monster book and Southlands Wordbook campaign setting.
Marc is leading a team of incredible artists on Project Black Flag, including Roberto Pitturru, William O’Brien, Craig Spearing, Bryan Syme, Egil Thompson, and Eva Widermann as they reinvent the look of traditional fantasy for Project Black Flag.
And because we can’t help ourselves, here’s a sneak peek at art from pages of Project Black Flag, starting with some classics! You can expect the monsters for Project Black Flag will include the best of Kobold Press, building on favorite concepts from generations of fantasy storytelling and introducing all-new, never-before-seen monsters.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll reveal more of our creative team and publishing partners. Until then, keep those flags raised high and join us on Discord to discuss monster favorites and monster requests!