Keelath: ..eh heh.. Sorry.
Mirium: Dear… He’ll be fine. He’s your son.
Mirium: And I’m your wife. Trust us.
Keelath: I love you too, Mirium.
*(For those who can’t read my atrocious handwriting.)
Divine Shield is a spell that paladins get in World of Warcraft that nullifies falling damage (among other things). Unfortunately, it has a cooldown of 5 minutes before it can be used again. Continue reading “Going Down, Take Two”
Today I tried painting a Dunmer. The volcano did not quite go as planned. He was also crooked because I was drawing with my tablet crooked. (For some reason sketches are always better when done diagonally!)
Then Tyrdan and Auntie Lel exchanged a look, like they had when they told him the magic had happened and that they would love him just the same. So he told them again in a burst-out shout, that the magic hadn’t happened, it hadn’t , it hadn’t, and it wouldn’t until he was much much older. And the two looked at each other again and then they did something strange. They agreed with him.
Like “The Half-Blood” (which remains unpublished on my blog in the case I can clean it up enough to get it officially published), this story came out of a “what if” scenario during some roleplay sessions. Continue reading “Regrowth, Part One”
I wrote this up as a snippet of Keelath’s thoughts when Tyrdan started dating Lellith in ingame roleplay. Continue reading “Doubting”
This was a second attempt at taking a line drawing of a griffin and coloring it in. Continue reading “Chasing the Sun”
This was the second painting inspired by the headcanon that Argonians may paint or carve religious symbols depicting their shamans as having multiple animal parts, or “spirits”. Continue reading “The Lizard and the Snake”