GOD it’s been a hot minute since I’ve drawn a horse XD
Lil WIP of what I’m hoping is gonna be a fairly big piece :>
Finally I’m done with this fierce warrior! I love angry women, the more deranged and selfish the better!
Most portraits I came across on the web about women tend to all have a bland look, longing gaze, slightly parted kissy lips, all doll like. Not really inspiring for art references so one has to go out of their way to find better pictures.
And miss me with the “representation of strong women don’t have to include them being physically strong or violent“. Where was that a trend ever?? Why are you opposed to that? Maybe if there were a bunch of various women not just the token female character you could have all types of strong women at once.
Anyways, I love my 10 ft tall half giantess, barbarian women loud and raging. Like she is throughout the whole speedpaint.
I think that homebrewing your own gods can be so much fun, but it’s also important to consider what the common culture is in the country,, which gods are most popular? why? how does that impact daily life? (laws, clothing, foods) are there gods that more popular in certain areas (cities/rural towns) or with certain people? I feel like it’s important to avoid locking your gods into just temples; by mixing common beliefs into the scenery and the interactions with npcs, it makes the world feel more alive
the dm appears
Do I have a ton of unfinished drawings waiting for me? Yes. Did I draw a new level 5 design for my Druid Annori instead? Also, yes.
Shaia: Stripper shoes go with any outfit.
Dania art dump! My blind chaotic neutral Rogue :) A couple early drawings/paintings, a mostly done colored portrait (I couldn’t figure out how to add the shadow back in lmao I know now), a painting of the owl familiar she uses to see (named Tia), and then some line art. Still working on her outfit…
The most baffling thing about D&D fanboys is that you don’t even need to criticize the game to get them on your ass. Comparing it to another system, suggesting that maybe other systems lend themselves better for certain genres or just saying anything about it that isn’t explicitly praising it…in my experience, doing any of those things (and more) will lead to absurdly defensive behavior at best, and outright hostility at worst. It’s weird, since TTRPGs are pretty much the only medium I’ve seen this kind of blind loyalty in…
“But recognizing that the shadows, her ex-captors, some of the most dangerous entities known to the world, were currently trapped within a stuffed lion did not change the fact that Lion was fluffy. It was soft and stuffed and easy to squish when she was frightened, like she was now.”
A somewhat overdue conversation between The Heart and Shadow Lion
A One-Shot based on a Homebrew Campaign I’m running for my friends.
I made him on dnd beyond as well as Harry
Variel pauses and looks at Cinder properly.
“Thank you, as always, for your counsel. I’m glad to have you as a friend and companion. And while I… cannot apologize enough for my earlier outburst, I stand by what I said. It’s not us and Cinder; you’re one of us. We will stop this. We will stop this."
She gives him a weak but genuine smile and starts to gather herself.
U ever just thinking about nothing in particular and then realise half way through you’ve just come up with a backstory for a new dnd character
In DnD, anything can happen. Like that time I somehow convinced our DM to let me adopt two kids. As a proper rogue should, I taught my children to steal.
My tiefling blood hunter, Cardea 🩸
Nazaia sketch dump! I need to draw my girl more often :( left is very much what she looks like, right is me trying to figure out her face…
Melody art dump! Her face claim is Gal Gadot, which I kiiind of got in the newest sketch (gold lines). Also you can see my style when I am edging towards more anime/cartoon, and when it leans more realistic lol also included is my trying to capture the color of copper as a skin color, which is difficult. Her skin glimmers and shines like copper, which I need to figure out how to turn into art.