Jordan Greywolf's Art Gallery - Warzone
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Here is a sampling of some older "fan art" inspired by the Mutant Chronicles Techno-Fantasy Role-Playing Game, and the Warzone miniatures game.


Thumbnail: Arch-Primate in Stained Glass Arch-Primate in Stained Glass
A "stained glass window" design, featuring an Arch-Primate from the Brotherhood -- a venerable warrior well practiced in combat and the use of the Art. The classification of "Arch-Primate" did not exist in the 1st edition of the RPG, but was introduced with 1st Edition Warzone in the Casualties of War expansion. This image is based off of the illustration that was used to represent that character type, though I personally think the illustration was originally meant to represent an Inquisitor. Markers on bristol, with white pencil highlights. (10 May 2000)

Thumbnail: Archangel in Stained Glass Archangel in Stained Glass
A "stained glass window" design, featuring an Archangel from the Brotherhood. Archangels pilot the Brotherhood's aircraft, including the Icarus fighter, and rely upon the Art to be able to handle the sensitive controls, in lieu of sophisticated computer equipment (which has been rendered unusable thanks to the Dark Symmetry). This image is based on the Studio Parente illustration from the Brotherhood: Cleansing Flame of the Cardinal RPG sourcebook, but I chose to stick the character in "ceremonial robes" for stylistic reasons, and gave the helmet a large visor. Markers on bristol, with white pencil highlights. (9 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Blood Beret Blood Beret
The Blood Berets are the most celebrated special forces unit of Imperial, specialists in jungle warfare, and primarily found engaged in conflicts on Venus. They were originally formed specifically to counteract the Dark Legion incursions on Venus, but in the intervening years, they have also seen considerable action clashing with the Venusian Rangers and other forces contending for the jungle's resources. Pen and pencil on bristol. (29 May 2000)

Thumbnail: Cavalier Woodcut Cavalier Woodcut
A Cavalier of the Lutheran Triad, armed with the Apocalyptic Gusher flame-pistol. This is the first of what might be a series of illustrations for my "Lutheran Triad" section of my site, in an attempt at a woodcut style (whereas I was doing "stained glass windows" for the Brotherhood) -- an idea that Gen came up with. Pen on bristol. (22 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Diplomat in Stained Glass Diplomat in Stained Glass
A Diplomat of the Brotherhood in ceremonial robes, equipped with a walking cane and a copy of the Book of Law. I patterned this after the Studio Parente greyscale illustration of a Diplomat/Advisor in the Brotherhood: The Cleansing Flame of the Cardinal sourcebook for the RPG. Markers and white pencil on bristol paper. (13 Apr 2000)

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My fanciful take on the "Dog Soldiers" from the Capitol megacorporation. (The visual image I get in my head when I hear the term "Dog Soldier" is -- guess what -- a dog soldier!) That the human soldiers with the "dogs" have dreadlocks is an invention of Thomas Oesterlie, who envisioned them that way. (1999)

Thumbnail: Ezoghoul on Moon Ezoghoul on Moon
An Ezoghoul on some alien moon, armed with a Blutarch hand-cannon and an Ashreketh blade. Pencil and ink on bristol. (11 May 2000)

Thumbnail: Fury Elite in Stained Glass Fury Elite in Stained Glass
A stained glass window showing a warrior of the Furies Elite -- the bodyguards of the Curia. They wear ancient armor underneath their robes, and carry Deliverer Battle-Blades, each of which is an ancient weapon with tales of epic deeds engraved upon the blade. Here, I chose to represent the Fury Elite as having pretty much the same armor style as the Sacred Warriors, though with fancier decoration, and with doubled shoulder pads. In part, this is inspired by the first Sacred Warriors/Fury Elite miniatures, in which Tim Prow set the precedent in having them look pretty much the same as each other. (Previously, the RPG had stated that Sacred Warriors went without helmets and wore their hair long.) Markers and white pencil on bristol. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Keeper of the Art in Stained Glass Keeper of the Art in Stained Glass
A stained glass window showing a Brotherhood Keeper of the Art -- a more experienced Mystic, practicing the powers of the Light. (In the Brotherhood, those of higher rank tend to be distinguished by having double shoulder-pads. A regular Mystic may look much the same, but with a single set of shoulder-pads.) This image was made on bristol with felt tip pen and markers, with white pencil to make the "glow" effect on the randomly colored background "panels". My intent here was to come up with a stained glass design to use in an experiment in rendering a scene. (9 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Inquisitor #1 Inquisitor #1
An Inquisitor I drew back when I was living in Asheville, North Carolina, in an attempt to make up a "flyer" to post in the local game store to find fellow Warzone players. (1996)

Thumbnail: Inquisitor #2 Inquisitor #2
Yet another picture I've drawn of an Inquisitor, circa 1996. Here, I was experimenting with large and bold areas of solid black for shadows, in an attempt to make the image sharper and more "powerful".

Thumbnail: Inquisitor #2 (Color) Inquisitor #2
The original picture was drawn in 1996 on some typing paper. Four years later, I've finally colored it. I used a "zoom-in" of this image for the button I use for the "Mutant" section of my web site. (Mar 2000)

Thumbnail: Inquisitor in Stained Glass Inquisitor in Stained Glass
Another "stained glass window" design, this one depicting an Inquisitor using the Art. Here, I followed the style of helmet depicted in the first few pages of the Brotherhood: the Cleansing Flame of the Cardinal sourcebook for the Mutant Chronicles RPG, and the style used by Mojo in his illustrations (which appear to have inspired the first "Brotherhood Inquisitors" miniatures pack that came out for the game.) Namely, this would be indicated by the "cyclops" slot visor, rather than the "eyes" that appear on helmet designs by Parente and Bonner, and later in miniatures for Warzone. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (10 May 2000)

Thumbnail: Inquisitor Majores in Stained Glass Inquisitor Majores in Stained Glass
Another "stained glass window" design, this one depicting an Inquisitor Majores armed with the AC-40 Justifier with Integral Holy Disemboweler Chain Bayonet. This image is based on the Paul Bonner illustration in the Brotherhood: the Cleansing Flame of the Cardinal sourcebook for the RPG, which also appears to be the model used to represent Inquisitors for Warzone. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (11 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Lutheran Triad Lutheran Triad
This is an experiment with trying to draw a picture wholly in Macromedia XRes, using the trackball and assorted "paintbrushes" (such as the airbrush tool). I couldn't quite make the cross very well, so I "cheated" and rendered it in Extreme 3D, then pasted it in here. (The whole thing can be seen below as "Triad Cross".) (14 Mar 2000)

Thumbnail: Missionary in Stained Glass Missionary in Stained Glass
A Missionary -- one of the lowest-ranking members of the Brotherhood, and a member of the Third Directorate ("The Mission"). Any resemblance of the Missionary to a thinner version of myself is purely coincidental. Markers and white pencil on bristol paper. (13 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Mortificator Attack Mortificator Attack
A Mortificator, armed with a Punisher handgun and Mortis sword, leaps down from his hiding place to attack a squad of Undead Legionnaires led by a Necromutant. Like the other MC pictures I drew around this time, I used this image as part of a cheap photocopied "poster" to stick in the local gaming store in hopes of attracting fellow Warzone/Mutant Chronicles players. (1996)

Thumbnail: Mortificator in Stained Glass Mortificator in Stained Glass
A Mortificator, armed with a silenced Punisher handgun, and equipped with a four-tube Power Stabilizer. So far as I know, Mortificators haven't been depicted with Power Stabilizers in Mutant Chronicles or Warzone, with the exception of some illustrations by Peter Bergting. The RPG describes the purpose of the Power Stabilizer as being to keep Art-users from spontaneously combusting while using the powers of their particular Aspects, so I reason that having a Power Stabilizer would be a very good idea, even for non-Mystics. (10 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Mystic in Stained Glass Mystic in Stained Glass
A Mystic with a six-tube Power Stabilizer -- a master of the Art, from the First Directorate of the Brotherhood. This image is based upon the Mystic depicted by Studio Parente in the Brotherhood: The Cleansing Flame of the Cardinal RPG sourcebook, though I gave the outfit lighter colors to distinguish it from the Keeper of the Art. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail:  Order of the Unicorn Order of the Unicorn
This is my take on troops of the Order of the Unicorn. The one in the foreground is ostensibly armed with an HG-14 Hagelsturm shotgun (but one that blasts like a blunderbuss, due to the artist's lack of knowledge about how shotguns work in real life), while the one in the background is armed with the MP-103. (1996)

Thumbnail: Order of the Wolf Order of the Wolf
A soldier of the Order of the Wolf, armed with an MP-103 machine pistol and a Punisher short sword. Typically, the uniform of the Order of the Wolf calls for black armor and a silver helm, but here this officer has opted for camouflage and a black helm instead, perhaps to make him a slightly less conspicuous target. (1996)

Thumbnail: Pathfinder Pathfinder
Pathfinders are brave (some say foolhardy or even insane) warriors of the Imperial Wolfbanes, who serve as scouts for the main forces. They wear tattoos all over their bodies, and wear only a modicum of armor, claiming that their mystical runes will protect them from gunfire. Unfortunately, it doesn't, but you can't shoot at what you can't see, and Pathfinders excel at stealth. Pen and pencil on bristol. (29 May 2000)

Thumbnail: Pilgrim in Stained Glass Pilgrim in Stained Glass
Another "stained glass" design, this one depicting a Pilgrim warrior of the Brotherhood, armed with the Volcano Assault Rifle. This is based on the pencil illustration from the RPG of a Brotherhood Trooper that was later turned into the "Pilgrim" in Warzone, though I'm substituting a Volcano for the unidentified weapon that the character holds in the original Mojo illustration. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (11 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Pilgrim Executioner in Stained Glass Pilgrim Executioner in Stained Glass
Another "stained glass" design, this one depicting a Pilgrim Executioner warrior of the Brotherhood, armed with Power Shields. The Pilgrim Executioner was first introduced in Warzone, though the pencil sketch it is based on can be found in the original Mutant Chronicles game in the Brotherhood sourcebook ... though without any caption or explanation about the character or his armaments. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Redemptionist Assassin in Stained Glass Redemptionist Assassin in Stained Glass
A Redemptionist Assassin -- a more experienced Mortificator of the Brotherhood, armed with a silenced Punisher handgun and Mortis Swords (sheathed over the back). The "Redemptionist Assassins" appeared in an issue of Chronicles, in an article that provided statistics for the "Assassin" miniature that came out. In 1st Edition Warzone, models had freedom in what weapons they could be armed with, and while Mortificators were typically armed with a silenced Nemesis pistol and Mortis Sword, the model for the "Assassin" (a more powerful Mortificator introduced in Warzone) held two swords. In 2nd Edition Warzone, where weapon selection was removed, the Assassin was listed as being armed with two swords ... but the miniature shows him with a gun! Thus, no doubt, the need to come up with rules for an entirely new model. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Regular (Imperial) Regular (Imperial)
The most common troops serving the Imperial megacorporation are the Regulars, typically equipped in Mark I armor, lightly armored trenchcoats, gas masks, and helmets. This trooper is missing his helmet, and brave enough to do without his gas mask for a moment. Pencil and pen on bristol. (29 May 2000)

Thumbnail: Revisor in Stained Glass Revisor in Stained Glass
Another "stained glass" design, this one depicting a Revisor agent of the Brotherhood, armed with a Punisher handgun. Here, I decided to be an "equal opportunity artist" and depict a female member of the Revisors, though I can't say just how practical a skirt like that would be in field work. The rules describe the "standard" Revisor uniform as being a very dark blue business suit. I expect it should probably be a darker blue, but it was lightened up here for the "stained glass window" as a bit of artistic license. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (12 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Sacred Warrior in Stained Glass Sacred Warrior in Stained Glass
This is a Sacred Warrior of the Brotherhood, in ceremonial robes and armor, with the Avenger Sword and Protector Shield. Originally, I think the illustration that I based this picture on (found in the Brotherhood: The Cleansing Flame of the Cardinal sourcebook) was meant to represent a Fury Elite, but when they finally got around to sculpting miniatures of Furies Elite and Sacred Warriors in the Warzone miniatures game, the Sacred Warriors ended up looking like this, and the Furies Elite were pretty much the same, only with fancier armor. (10 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Sasta and Go-Zero Sasta and Go-Zero
This is a commemorative picture I drew after a 1st Edition Warzone scenario that I ran called "Mission: Go-Zero". In short, we had a "city" of buildings set up on the table, with a toy Godzilla that would randomly rampage across the table based on the roll of a "scatter die" and a randomized chart for its "behavior", while multiple players tried to stop it. In this particular mission, one of our players, John Boulton, was the victor, with his personal hero, "Sasta", a beefed up Pegasus Scout Bike driver. (Okay, so we were taking liberties with the rules for heroes...) (1999)

Thumbnail: Templar of Gaia Templar of Gaia
One of the mutant warriors of the Templars of Gaia of Dark Eden. Drawn on bristol with pencil and ink, then scanned in and "airbrushed" with Macromedia XRes. (18 Mar 2000)

Thumbnail: Triad Cross Triad Cross
This is an experiment with rendering and texturing, meant to represent a cross that might be worn by a clansman of the Lutheran Triad (a Dark Eden Tribe). The texturing was created by using an airbrush tool and a "ripple" effect with some clip-art Celtic knotwork to serve as a "template" for the cross, and then a clip-art skull used as a template for some more airbrushing for the center texture, put together in Extreme 3D 1.0. (14 Mar 2000)

Thumbnail: Trooper in Stained Glass Trooper in Stained Glass
"Stained glass" representation of a Brotherhood Trooper -- the mainline warriors of the Inquisition, armed with a Nemesis "handgun" with attached grenade launcher. Troopers are typically armed with Volcano Assault Rifles, but I'd already drawn a Pilgrim armed that way, and wanted some variety. Markers and white pencil on bristol. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Valkyrie in Flight Valkyrie in Flight
A warrior of the Valkyrie Sisterhood, equipped with a Power Stabilizer, and armed with the Castigator Power Spear and a Punisher handgun, flies by the power of the Art. (2 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Valkyrie in Stained Glass Valkyrie in Stained Glass
A warrior of the Valkyrie Sisterhood, equipped with a Power Stabilizer, and armed with the Castigator Power Spear and a Punisher handgun. Here, I opted to keep the design of the armor mostly in line with the original design by Studio Parente in the roleplaying game, but instead of the original helmet design (which I think bears an uncomfortable resemblance to the face of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle), and instead of Tim Prow's design (which I think was just plain ugly), I went with the fairly plain design of the new miniatures released for 2nd Edition Warzone. Markers and white pencil on bristol paper. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Valkyrie Wendy Valkyrie Wendy
A drawing of Wendy (my wife) as a Valkyrie, sans helmet (or else you'd never have a chance at recognizing her ;) ). (1998)

Thumbnail: Visionary in Stained Glass Visionary in Stained Glass
A Visionary of the First Directorate -- a sister trained in the Art of Premonition as well as the ways of combat, and assigned to farflung Brotherhood outposts. This image is meant to be based off of the cover illustration for the "Brotherhood Cathedral" boxed set. I did some minor work for Thomas Oesterlie on this expansion, and I was supposed to get a contributor's copy of the set, but that never materialized. I ended up kitbashing up my own "Visionary" model, but I'm a bit disappointed that they never bothered making rules for the Visionary in 2nd Edition -- even though you can still buy the Cathedral boxed set! Markers and white pencil on bristol paper. (21 Apr 2000)

Thumbnail: Wolfbane Commando Wolfbane Commando
The Wolfbane Commandos are a curious breed of warriors that are loyal to the Imperial corporation, yet have one and all severed ties with any of the individual clans. Purportedly, they are mercenaries, selling their services to each of the Imperial clans, but they work for free when the objective is to defend Imperial against the Dark Legion. They are specialists in close combat, choosing proficiency with melee weapons over ranged attacks. Pencil and pen on bristol. (29 May 2000)

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