This started out as just a five minute sketch but I ended up getting carried away.

The appearance of Niles' spells is influenced by his patron, an archfey shapeshifter who often takes the form of a large crow, so his version of eldritch blast leaves feathers everywhere.

A funny moment from our second session. Percy wanted to hear cool adventuring stories, not a long-winded introduction from a sheltered rich boy.

A couple of sketches of my half-drow warlock - got some new pencil brushes and wanted to try out a few things! I also wanted to try a more dramatic facial expression and ended up making myself feel bad

Two characters that I played for one-shots recently! Rev (tiefling rogue) finished out his session by failing his WIS save and becoming possessed and Zefi (air genasi ranger) doesn't know how to dress for summer camp.

I'm gonna try to do a 20-30 minute sketch for every session of my newest game, here's something from week two! The bandits weren't wrong, his father would probably pay a pretty hefty ransom.

New game and this boy is all I draw now apparently!

He survived his first session with his 8 HP intact, but his wallet not so much.

The Arkenrath family.

My half-drow warlock at age 9 with his parents! It's always fun working backwards from a character design to figure out what the parents look like. He has his dad's bone structure and his mom's eyes and smile.

Little portrait of my half-drow warlock, experimenting with a semi-lineless style. Decided he blushes purple.

I've been forgetting to upload stuff here! A little comic featuring my half-drow warlock Niles.

I don't know how many folks here are also on Twitter, but I'm offering little chibi portrait commissions like this over there!

Some cute backstory stuff for my high elf cleric featuring his second boyfriend, a tiefling noble. These two weren't together long, but not through any fault of their own.

This took me ages to finish but it's finally done! My permanently exhausted middle aged high elf cleric getting a ride from the shield guardian that accompanies our party. Flower crown courtesy of our halfing ranger.

It's not a confirmed thing yet but one of my D&D groups is considering playing Masks: A New Generation soon so I had to put a boy together. He fell victim to my tendency to give my characters very nerdy names.

Designed some fancy new robes for my half-elf sorcerer. I don't understand why mage robes have to necessarily be ankle length. Maybe some mages would like to show off their boots and have more freedom of movement?

I got Clip Studio Paint yesterday (It's on sale if you're looking for a great inexpensive digital art program!) and did this little portrait of my best boy to play around with it.

New tiefling boy! His name is Reverence, or Rev for short. He's a rogue/bard, noble background but he's always sneaking off to the rough part of town to get into trouble. The designs on his horns are painted and get changed once they start to rub off.

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