There wasn’t really a good way to reword this one so as to be appropriate. Part of the humor of Dorasmus’ lines was the alliteration, and monkeys “fudging” a football just didn’t have the same effect. Yes, he really said that. Continue reading “Awkward”
Clicky the image for a bigger image. Continue reading “Tank’s Eulogy”
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started playing out the second installment of Seryth’s story. Continue reading “Seryth’s Shaping: Intermediary Thoughts”
He passed a mass grave near Moonbrook. His knees buckled as he passed it, and he came back to stare. It seemed the farmers had discovered where he had dumped the bodies of the disobedient and the failed experiments. A shrine and obvious signs of consecration did little to make him feel better.
While he was staring at it, a pair of paladins, obviously of Fordrellon’s order, though Fordrellon wasn’t with them, came by to pay their respects. One saluted him, but they both left him alone, perhaps assuming he was mourning the people killed in silence. And he was, in a way. Continue reading “The Shaping of Seryth, Chapters 20 through to Intermission”
Here is Mirium and her infant son, Aubraan. This image was inspired by my writing a scene in which Aubraan was nomming on Mirium’s pauldron. Someone said I should draw it, so I did!
Getting the color balance on this one correct made me want to pull out my hair. The background started out as blue, then green, and now purple. I also had to over-saturate the characters’ skin tones so they would pop out properly among the rest of the busy picture.
This is one of the first pictures I attempted adding sun glow and reverse shadows to, too. If you see purple shadows on an object instead of a darker shadow of its normal color, that’s the reverse shadow effect.
If the future, I should probably remind myself to smooth out the shading.
For now, have a partial stream of the clean-up phase of the Mirium Sketch (better title to be determined). Fuller-length streams I plan to include on Locals in the future, for the price of $2 a month. You will also get access to an exclusive fans-and-devs community besides just supporting me to continue more work like this. I hope to see you there!
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/lre60dMZxBA
This was one of the first images I had taken using a new cell phone. The image comes from the top of Pikes Peak in Colorado. The railroad here is a cog railway: the little teeth running down the center line are able to catch and hold the train to help gain traction going up steep slopes as well as keep it from running backwards down the mountain when the train stops. Some cog railways are no more than two feet wide to get through narrow mountain passes; this one is more like four.
If you’re interested in buying a print of this, you can get one through DeviantArt for around 20-60$ (depending on size).
I’m not sure if this creek has an official name. This photo was taken along the Seven Bridges trail in Colorado.
If you’re interested in buying this photo as a print, you can get it at DeviantArt for 20-60$ (Depending on size.)
Some of you may recognize the skyline here as being the same one as shown in my Rising Sun Collage. It’s just a few yards in a different direction. It’s not the same sunrise either, as evidenced by the snow on the ground.
A print of this is available through DeviantArt, around 20-60$ depending on size.
I went and added a bunch of images to the header today. To celebrate, here’s a list of all the images the header contains as of September 2021. Continue reading “All Header Pictures”