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Welcome to 0 hr art & technology - digital art, graphic design, and game development by Ryan Wolfe. Below you can find information about, and examples of, deluxe starship deckplans and fantasy cartography. These are top-quality products designed to enhance your table-top games and help bring your adventures to life. Zero hour, it's time to play!

The Future Armada and Armada Codex starship designs:

Gallery of Starships
Demo Documents

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Zero Hour Fantasy Maps

Posters and miniatures from my Kickstarter campaigns are now available for sale via the link above. For digital products, please visit DriveThru RPG or RPGNow.


Shadowstar Corsairs

Funded via Kickstarter with all stretch goals unlocked, production and distribution of my inaugural board game is complete! Using the ships and setting from Armada and Codex, Shadowstar Corsairs puts players in command of a small fleet of armed merchant ships vying for control of the chaotic but lucrative Shadowstar Expanse. Copies of the game, as well as dice and ship sets, are available for sale in the Shadowstar Shop.

Future Armada: Redux Beta

Issue #20 of Future Armada is now on the virtual shelves of RPGNow and DriveThruRPG! This issue is "Redux Beta" and presents variants based on the existing ships Morningstar and Ajax (from the MisFortune issue). It also includes a collection of cargo containers to use as colony pods and a variant TOAD to help deliver them.

This is the final issue of Future Armada, though the Armada Codex line (with layered PDFs but no obsolete d20 Future stat blocks) will continue at full speed now that the board game project is complete.

Vanguard Station Kickstarter

The latest Poster & Miniature Kickstarter campaign features Vanguard Station (from issue #7 of Future Armada). Every pledge level includes the Vanguard PDF documents and digital versions of the poster fulfilled by DriveThruRPG! So it's a great time to pick up this little deep-space outpost.


For fun, I've put my informal portfolio online displaying my projects from the distant past.

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