sliviss asked: When have you decided to draw dragons?
I’ve been drawing dragons since middle school. I always loved dinosaurs, and dragons were a dino-upgrade in my mind. (flying, fire-breathing, treasure-hoarding, knight-slaying, talking dinos.) They were also easily shoved into my juvenile headworlds, which generally involved of monsters and magic aplenty.
Harpy-eagle gryphon, one of the Kickstarter monster-backer pledges. This little fella was sponsored by Vahilor. He was awesome to work on.
Another Flight Rising Kickstarter monster sponsor sketch. This was sponsored by SK.
The cleaned up art for ZeS’s design-a-monster commission from Flight Rising’s KS.
Another of the KS design-a-monster commissions. This fella was sponsored by ZeS.
I will be reworking his back arm/wing.
One of the design-a-critter KS commissions for Flight Rising. Sponsored by Windswept.
One of the monster designer commissions from Flight Rising’s kickstarter. Monster & concept sponsored by WindsweptHells.
drawing the nose
drawing the other eye
This weekend I GMed my second Pathfinder scenario. I think I’m starting to find a rhythm.
I am discovering that I have the most fun when the group’s characters are talking to NPCs or each other, particularly when they have conflicting views on how to handle things. I also take particular glee in situations where they try to break the scenario with creative ideas that the writers never could have accounted for. Poor eidolon bear, being lowered down the suicide well… Poor gnome, being lowered down a crane into the drink. My group has a penchant for tying up creatures then lowering them into dangerous locations. O_O;
A dragon species I helped illustrate for Flight Rising.
(Source: flightrising, via flightrising)
This Monday I GMed a Pathfinder game for the first time.
I killed our venture captain.
I regret nothing.