Now The Art of Solomon Kane Can Be Yours
Thanks to the energy and support of our enthusiastic backers, the art of the talented Guillem H. Pongiluppi will now be immortalised in a truly gorgeous hardcover Art Book of Solomon.
With the Stretch Goals and Add-Ons for Solomon Kane, we created gameplay focused additions to give backers as much content as we possibly could.
Throughout the campaign though, we have had requests from so many of you for something special to celebrate the art found in Solomon Kane.
We also had a simply incredible response to our Social Stretch Goals which saw four A3 Art Prints added to every single Core Box. With this level of community response, we just had to create something to match your level of passion.
This will be embodied in the hardback Art Book of Solomon Add-On.
Solomon will, of course, feature prominently in its pages, depicting his hardships, his adventures and his times of triumph over the forces of darkness.
The Art Book will focus not only on the hero Solomon himself but also the world in which his adventures took place.
Explore Africa, France, Germany, England and the “New World” as you delve into the locations that Solomon traversed.
We’ll also be including our own overviews and some of the key quotes taken directly from Robert E. Howard’s writing that helped to inspire the artwork you’ll find inside.
Fans of the stories will also find scenes taken directly from the books, realised in a captivating and inspiring style to fuel your imagination.
Robert E Howard fans can even pick up the Art Book on its own as a single Add-On during the Pledge Manager if you’re just after that special piece of Solomon Kane memorabilia.
The Art Book will have both English and French text.
Tonight, Saturday 23rd June, at 8pm CEST / 7pm BST / 2pm EDT we’ll have Leo live from Paris along with Patrice Louinet, our resident Robert E. Howard expert, to talk about Howard Days, the art that has been created for our game and the importance of it to the legacy of Solomon Kane.
What do you think of the Art done by Guillem H. Pongiluppi?