How to find your voice as a role-playing game artist

Character design by Art Director Ryan Kingdom and his team for triangle agency
(Image credit: Ryan Kingdom)

It isn’t easy to stand out in the crowded tabletop role-playing game marketplace. One aspect that sets some games apart from the rest is their voice: a combination of artwork and writing that supports a clear core game concept to create a distinctive setting and atmosphere. A voice that fascinates and ignites curiosity is a surefire way to tempt people into your world.

Triangle Agency is a game that takes place in a corporate world that has been infiltrated by reality-altering “Anomalies”, and players must take the role of paranormal investigators. The game contains multiple realities and perspectives that are represented by different art styles. (If you want to create your own artwork, check out our guide to the best digital art software). 

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Tanya Combrinck

Tanya is a writer covering art, design, and visual effects. She has 16 years of experience as a magazine journalist and has written for numerous publications including 3D World, 3D Artist, ImagineFX, Computer Arts, net magazine, and Creative Bloq. For Creative Bloq, she mostly writes about web design, including the hottest new tools, as well as 3D artwork and VFX.