I just came upon an awesome artist, Julie Dillon, aaahhh so awesome! Click through for her gallery, it is fantastic and varied and includes works done for D&D and Pathfinder.
Here are some friends’ characters from an old-west gunslinger one-off I was in!
From D&D last night. Our druid is keeping a quota of one scythe-crit per session.
Some sketches from our D&D session last Friday :D
Here is my latest Pathfinder character, Abigail Garlic, the Gnome Witch; with her familiar, Magrat the cat.
My lappy is happily running Ubuntu now, so picture updates are possible again, although a number of other things are not. Luckily I enjoy fiddling.
Edit: The adorable buck teeth and huge glasses thing may have been lovingly stolen from Jade Harley.
Getting the hang of illustrating on the iPad. This is Sibyll, a blind Oracle. Meaning to wear white and look the part, she instead ended up in all different shades of off-white, which quickly waxed brown at the edges due to road dust. She likes shiny things because she can still sort of see them, and hangs bells off of her things because they allow her to easily tell where they are. She’s wearing wooden clogs because she started stubbing her toes a lot in sandals.
EDIT: Look, I broke my tall skinny people pattern!
"Physicists are like the sorcerers of math. They find the cheap tricks and spam them - shit they don’t know, they read off a scroll."
-- My significant other is a huge nerd and I love him.
Concepts for a DnD character. He is a catfolk warlock, because catfolk are perfect for warlocks but my Significant Other (whose idea it was) was too proud to play one. I’m not sure I especially like any of these. I don’t know… Also, ears on top or ears at ear-height?