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polyhedral monsters fabric by sef on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

by sef

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A selection of fantasy critters based on polyhedral dice and inhabiting a dungeon maze backdrop.

A selection of fantasy critters based on polyhedral dice and inhabiting a dungeon maze backdrop. 8" repeat.

The octaherring appears to be in trouble. While the dodecahelion might just want a platonic relationship, the hexahedron collider troll looks none too friendly and the tetrahawk is positively predatory. The icosahydra's intentions are inscrutable.

This design could easily be made available in the other orientation or in different colours on request. You can even ask for a combination of several designs together. The show-cased critters here also have a few friends back home, still stuck in the dungeon, if anyone was interested in encountering them.

See also:
flock of tetrahawks
hexahedron collider trolls
pride of dodecahelions
shoal of octaherring
swarm of icosahydra
a sample of the design alongside 3 others
more fantasy role-playing game designs
design index

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amy_g says: wonderful, and your description of the design is great!

Posted about 5 years ago.


sef says: Thanks. I'm definitely not normal.

Posted over 5 years ago.


clotilda_warhammer says: hehehe, as a D&D player I really enjoy these! Quite the fun imagination you have :)

Posted over 5 years ago.


sef says: Having said that, though, a typical D&D monster tends to be about "man-sized" (with some smaller and some giant-sized of course). I envisioned these ones as being mostly up to waist or chest height (with the bird forms needing a large wingspan), running or rolling around, bumping into people and stomping on their feet etc etc.

Posted over 6 years ago.


sef says: A typical spider or cockroach tends to be the size of a normal die and lots of people don't want to run into those. Then there are the small but dangerous scorpions. One can fit a lot of bad attitude into quite a tiny package.

Posted over 6 years ago.


wildnotions says: Great idea! I wouldn't want to run into any of them in a maze. Unless of course they are the size of normal dice!

Posted over 6 years ago.


sef says: The colours are new and could be changed to almost anything. Originally these were black and white inked drawings as part of the incidental artwork I did for a sci-fi fantasy gaming convention. (Those things tend to have an official programme magazine, which needs content, and membership badges. Nowadays, eg with T-shirt printing having become much easier, they might do themed clothing too.)

Posted over 6 years ago.


mayabella says: Pretty cool. I like the bright colors and their funny faces. Well done Sef. :)

Posted over 6 years ago.


sef says: Are these real boys or imaginary ones?

Posted over 6 years ago.


jlwillustration says: this is fantastic. defiantly one the boys would enjoy.

Posted over 6 years ago.