A picture is worth a thousand words, so I’ll just hush and let you look. Continue reading “Character Study: Keelath”
Apparently Evelos gets his jawline and nose from Tyrdan, not his mom and dad…
Today, in preparation for the next chapter of the Trials comic, I did a little character study for each of its three main characters, and also Tyrdan, who is part of the family but may not feature very much in the comic’s story. This was necessary to help give each character a more characteristic look and feel, with shorthand notes for me so I could draw them more quickly and consistently.
Here they are! With their mouths in the characteristic positions: Keelath is frowning, Tyrdan is smirking, and Mirium’s mouth is open because apparently I draw her talking a lot. Continue reading “Character Study: Trials”
This was taken almost verbatim from a conversation while we were preparing to get an achievement from Mythrax, the seventh boss of the Uldir raid for the Battle for Azeroth expansion of World of Warcraft. Continue reading “You Have Been Disconnected”
The idea for this comic came from a roleplay session rather than any shenanigans from the Gentleman Assassins raid. It’s been sitting waiting for illustrations ever since Tyrdan came up with the scheme to steal his nephew’s fiance (looooong story) Continue reading “The Scheme to End All Schemes”
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!)
This was a second attempt at taking a line drawing of a griffin and coloring it in. Continue reading “Chasing the Sun”