NEW! Card Art Reveal: Hunter’s Key, Portal of Powerful Magic

Posted on Jan 17, 2014 in News, The Card Game

NEW! Card Art Reveal: Hunter’s Key, Portal of Powerful Magic

 

Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters

The original cover art for Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: The Varcolac’s Diary (Book 1)

We are very excited to reveal this card art today. This piece is Hunter’s Key (shown on the left in the original cover art for Book 1, shown below as card art for the soon-to-be-released card game based on the books), the primary location card for the Hunter’s deck in the card game, and the central location of activity in Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: The Varcolac’s Diary (Book 1).

Hunter’s Key is a character all to its own in the stories and plays a pivotal role in the books throughout the series. This location is quite special to both of us (DC & Michael, authors) as we have spent a great deal of time at “The Key” ourselves. There was a painstaking amount of detail laid out at Hunter’s Key and the land surrounding it. Not all has been revealed about “The Key” so far, but there is no doubt of the importance of this location, both in the books and in the game.

In the near future, we would like to reveal the original concept art for Hunter’s Key and the progression of its artistic development.

For now, though, we have these splendid views from the front and the back. This card art is looking at “The Key” from the back courtyard (near the portal bridge in the books) looking up, in Autumn.

What is very exciting is to look at Hunter’s Key on the front cover of Book 1, and look at the card art together. The consistency of vision between both pieces of art is extraordinary!

Please enjoy visiting Hunter’s Key with us. And…please be kind and share with friends. :)

Copyright (c) 2014 D.C. and C. Michael McGannon, The McGannon Group. All Rights Reserved. No reproduction, copying, or any form of transfer allowed in any size or form.

 


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