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art 005 - Symbols for Deities of Faerun : 39 Faerûnian Deity icons

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These 39 Deity symbols/artworks that range in complexity between symbolic and detailed imagery have been created to be used both for personal and professional applications by others. Each icon is representational of one noteworthy deity of Faerûn. Some artistic liberty was taken on each of these pieces, as even though I adhered to the ideas/concepts behind their intended iconographic appearances, they all vary from previously created artworks representing the same Faerûnian deities. This was entirely necessary as it would be a copyright infringement to do otherwise. Although each icon is meant to be stand alone, I have created two distinct groups for them: those with a foreground-containing element (be it circle, triangle, round shape, or other) and those without. Regardless, they have all been provided in a transparent png format in a largish size (having a canvas size of 8.5 x 11 and the icons fitting however they may within.) If a larger size is required, please leave a comment below with specifics (name of the specific png file with dimensional requirements) so that I can create what you need and add it to the relevant bundle. A group image preview is provided for each of the 4 sets of these icons so that you might see in a smaller size what exactly you can get with the purchase of any given set. If enough packs of 39 deities are sold, I plan on creating more deity symbols. I plan for these new icons to cover some of the other deities from other races of Faerûn such as orc, elf, dwarf, and gnome.



It is permissible to  use these images both privately at a game table and in other products to be sold on However there are some rules that must be adhered to. It is strictly prohibited to distort any of these images. Cropping (or cutting off) specific portions of these icons in order to use just one portion of them is acceptable in publications for DMsGuild. None of these artworks can be repackaged with other artwork(s) for resale. Whenever using one (or part) of these icons in another product being sold on DMsGuild, I require that my name: “Bradley O’Hanrahan” be attributed as it’s artist in at least one location within the publication. 


Contents of this 39 Faerûnian deity package:


Emblems for Amaunator, Asmodeus, Azuth, Auril, Bane, Beshaba, Bhaal, Chauntea, Cyric, Deneir, Eldath, Gond, Helm, Ilmater, Kelemvor, Lathander, Leira, Lliira, Loviatar, Malar, Mask, Meilikki, Milil, Myrkul, Mystra, Oghma, Savras, Selune, Shar, Silvanus, Sune, Talona, Talos, Tempus, Torm, Tymora, Tyr, Umberlee, & Waukeen.

Also included are 4 png files with some text describing some of the main elements for each Deity depicted in the set. To see the 39 images more clearly, please view the 4 sets of deity icons.

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George K April 27, 2019 5:29 am UTC
I would be keen to buy his pack except for a couple of things. Firstly, the symbol for Tymora isn't right. That god's symbol is noted as being a shining, featureless disc of silver. The picture in the "Faiths and Avatars" sourcebook gives a decent representation of this but at the very least, the disc shouldn't be golden in color. Secondly, is there any reason why the Waukeen symbol is displayed semi-flat and with writing on the disc as to who the god is? If it was a simple upright gold disc with the female face of the goddess, that would be perfect. Those nitpicks aside, I think your work is great.
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Bradley O April 27, 2019 6:51 pm UTC
Hey there, George K. Thanks for your comment and interest (as well as compliment)! Out of curiosity, what edition of D&D do you play? I just uploaded new versions of Tymora's and Waukeen's coins minus any text upon the coins themselves: One plain silver coin upward facing, one silver coin with Tymora's face surrounded by shamrocks also facing upwards and an upright standing version of Waukeen's gold coin without perspective distortions. If you are a member of Dungeon Masters Guild Creator's Circle, Homebrew Dungeons and Dragons 5e, or any other facebook group where you may have seen this post, I will now take screenshots and put them up those posts in order to convey the changes for your convenience. Have a great weekend!
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