Sunday, May 10, 2009


Poor, neglected little blog! I'll try to spend more time with you in the future so you don't grow up to be a wayward urchin, don't despair. In the meantime, here's some art from Wolfgang Baur's Wrath of the River King. I had lots of fun working on this project. Tons of inspiration from a variety of sources, including Labyrinth, Brian Froud, Arthur Rackham, etc.

Monday, February 16, 2009


Last year an art director from Jinx emailed me about doing a T-shirt design for them after seeing some of my work in Kobold Quarterly (thanks again, Wolfgang!). When I found out it was for the D&D 4E license, I nearly flipped! They wanted an old school look to the design, reminiscent of the old pen & ink illustrations in the first Player's Handbook and Monster Manual. This was very different from my regular style, but I think it was the right choice and worth the extra effort. Hope you folks like it. And if you want a shirt of your very own, you can order it here.

Monday, February 9, 2009


Here are some illustrations I did for the recently released Inferno book for White Wolf's WOD RPG. The book is filled with lots of creepy stuff that was very fun to illustrate. My copy of The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King came in very handy (it's better not to ask why I have that book in my collection in the first place). I also got to work in a reference to the cult film Phantom of the Paradise, one of my favorite movies, as well as a little nod to Francis Bacon. Yay!

Friday, February 6, 2009


Hey folks, this is Pat Loboyko. Welcome to my art blog. Here you will find illustrations I've done for a variety of clients, some personal works, and sketches. I also plan to post the occasional glimpse at the working methods I employ to create images like these. Now onto the art! First up are several illustrations I've done for Wolfgang Baur's excellent role-playing magazine, Kobold Quarterly.