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A bit of DnD fanart I did of my friends’ characters, with two connections they made along the way in an Ellowwood-flavored Pathfinder 2e game. This time I made sure to clean up the lines from a friend’s feedback.

 

It’s only now I’m realizing how short halfings are. You can see the size different between him and Vak’shi, who’s a little over 7 feet tall.

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It doesn’t help that me keeping to myself all these months, some of the “outside chatter” of the world is going to end has been getting to me. I’ve been trying not to be depressed by this, but me being a Christian it has made me take a pause.

 

I did this one late night I couldn’t sleep. I tried to be as surreal to a point, showing my character leaving a hell behind to go someplace better. It also gave me a chance to draw her in her new threads from the previous piece too. I had some other pieces I was working on that were related to this, which did take some inspiration from Zdzislaw Beksinski.

 

I do hope things get better. If not, that I can at least handle what’s coming.

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“Our world has some pretty creepy and scary things that we don’t understand. But you look up at the band in the evening sky, and realize that’s only a fraction of what you can’t grasp.”

 

 

Tried something new for Friday night, inspired by something I saw in an old college era folder. I’ll go back and revisit the head but hopefully it gets the point across.

 

To explain, Heather’s world is composed of several floating islands on a oxygen-based gas giant. Said planet has a ring system that can be seen in the later daylight and evening hours. So because of the world’s makeup, the sky always seems to appear a bit blue and purple when it’s dark, especially towards the the same hours. This means you have a very fascinating view to look up at.

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This was part of my Secret Santa that I am way behind on actually finishing. But this was for a pal I met a few years ago for her Christmas gift, picturing the two of us (self-portrait!) poking around in the mysterious bowels of the Internet late at night. I originally was going to go the “ancient alien/mysteries” route and depict some artifacts, but I wasn’t able to settle on a museum design I liked.

 

Hopefully this comes a close second. More serene than mysterious, but I was pretty happy with it.

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Except last year, I pretty much try to get a birthday piece done every year. It varies in content, but it generally is characters of mine being kind or silly. This year I went for the former, and had my OC Jennifer, along with my blog mascot Yorina grab a seat with a self-portrait of yours truly. I rarely have myself depicted in artworks, so it was a little charming, to be honest.

 

As usual, I did the coloring and the background, and opted to use the station background from Rafferty’s Mobius as the backdrop. On top of my that, my Type-10 Obsidian Anvil is pretty prominent on the pad. It seems more mashed up with genres, but you can always count on me crunching genres like this together.

 

Character lineart courtesy Christina Weinman

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On deviantART I was running a short offer to draw people’s sculptures with my character Egghead Girl, for free. One dude by the name of BassoeG took me up on my offer and asked me to draw some of his sculpted works. I was glad to, and I gave him two pieces.

 

This is the 2nd of those two pieces, with his Gastropod Brazier Candle. This was more fun to draw as I had a larger object to draw in relation to Egghead Girl, and it had some different texturing that I got to add. I also went a bit more open with Egghead Girl’s attitude, letting her do a more showy pose alongside it (varied pose, hiked skirts, etc).

 

Overall this was a fun thing to work on, and I’d love to give more sculptures from other artists this treatments if they’re willing to give me a shot.

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On deviantART I was running a short offer to draw people’s sculptures with my character Egghead Girl, for free. One dude by the name of BassoeG took me up on my offer and asked me to draw some of his sculpted works. I was glad to, and I gave him two pieces.

 

This is the first of the two, with Egghead girl posing with this ceramic work known as Castle Molar. It’s pretty much a ceramic glazed castle with the towers looking like teeth more or less. You can check it out in the hyperlinked name earlier.

 

I’ll post the 2nd one tomorrow.

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