Friday, March 23, 2012

Silhouettes XXXVII

More public domain silhouettes for your maps, charts, and counters.  Use 'em or lose 'em.  Two from OD&D:
Heavy/Draft Horse
Now that's the classic chimera of myth with goat head extending from lion's back.  Getting the more dungeonpunk dragon with lion and goat head co-pilots will be much harder to do.  And I've conflated heavy war horse here with draft horse (I thought most of the big draft horses today descended from heavy war horse breeds anyway).  If you know about which breeds would be considered distinct examples of each, feel free to let me know.
And a couple alternates. This could be a horse nomad:
and this alternate giraffe looks more iconic in it's giraffeness to my eye:
here's a bighorn sheep:
and one for all the flailsnail jousters:
These have all been added to the zip file linked in the sidebar.


  1. As always, much appreciated. You must have hundreds of there things.

  2. Thanks so much. Without counting the mashups it looks like 185 :)

  3. I've been doing a lot of silhouettes myself, but the chimera isn't one. I'll post soon so we can coordinate our efforts.

  4. Cool! The only thing exciting I've got in the works is an ettin-- still trying to get the heads right. Also an alternate harpy. A lot of my work is trying to find better examples even after I've got a place holder. It's why I have so many alternates.