OC that’s been rattling around in my head for a few months. A musician named Tcheri that suffers form narcolepsy and agoraphobia. He’s a giant sweety. It felt great to finally actualize him on to paper, along with getting the opportunity to play him in a World of Darkness Mage game.
Gerhardt lay in his new living quarters. So dark was it that he couldn’t even see the walls inches from his body, but he could feel them pressing in on him.
He found it important to note that being buried in a coffin beneath heavy layers of dirt and snow was actually preferable to being around…
Reblogging this to my art blog because I’m quite proud of it. It’s not the usual dribble I write. This is a writing prompt of a friends character that inspired me. He spent 30 years buried in a coffin.
Drew, designed, and ordered this custom playing mat for Andy’s birthday. It’s his Green Toll character. Now he can go crush the competition at Wednesday night Modern.
Commission of a friend’s OC Pavel. I have had the honor of rping with Pavel. The deer is a long story.
Had the best time doing this. Done in black and white ink.
A commission of a friend and GM’s exalted npc character named Fuijo. She’s a kick ass princess.
A combination of traditional and digital media.
Imagine your OC swapping clothes with another OC. Better yet, draw it. You know you want to.
Started a new sketchbook. (toned paper this time! Oooh! So fancy! I actually love it!) I filled the first page with this.
Was pretty proud of these and thought I’d share.
I am part of a play production this summer called Human Combat Chess, put on by Six Elements Theater. This years Championship match is between the Phoenix and Dragons. (Phoenix are the best!) Think of it like wrestling, but with swords and chess; sports entertainment. I was asked to put some chalk art on our marquee board.
Quick doodle and digital color of Dan. He’s wearing the shirt Jack so lovingly made for him.
Traying to practice my digital painting by coloring a chibi Tony from my sketchbook. Tried a different approach than my other digitally colored pieces, and I like how it turned out.