The photo-textures in this one are decidedly un-Old School, and I actually first drew this with cross-hatching for all the grays, but then I saw that Tome of Monsters was probably going to be a Lulu book, and their printing doesn't seem to handle thin hatching very well, so I redrew it. I like this Lady a lot more that the previous one, who looked a little more boilerplate Fantasy.
I recently drew some pictures for John Stater's Tome of Monsters. It's a rpg bestiary in the old school D&D vein. It's good stuff, highly recommended if, like me, you suffer from a crippling rpg obsession.
I grew up trying to draw like the guys in my old D&D books, so it was a lot of fun trying to make these drawings feel like they wouldn't be out of place next to an Erol Otus or a David Trampier.