Tonight’s Legend game :|
(The game was actually awesome but srsly I had the red die and another player had the gold one and we rolled like eight 1s between us)
Modern-day Paris, Marinette and Adrien are two high school kids with a difference: they are the chosen ones to save Paris from evil! They have been entrusted with an important mission – to capture akumas, creatures responsible for turning normal people into super-baddies. When involved in such adventures, these two school kids become superheroes: Marinette transforms into Ladybug and Adrien becomes Cat Noir. But Ladybug and Cat Noir do not know each other’s true identity. Marinette is unaware that, beneath the Cat Noir costume nestles Adrien, her secret crush. Similarly, Adrien doesn’t know that Ladybug is, in actual fact, just Marinette - one of the girls in his class.
I’m issuing a new challenge to myself: draw at least one cool scene from each tabletop session I play this year. A real scene, with more than one character and a background. Colours are optional, but extra good practice.
So here’s Mordecai fighting a wyvren that came out looking a bit more like a kaiju than intended. Feat: lazily drawn fire
Some doodles from Landfall: Frontier Spirits game 1, run by the lovely winterwombat.
We met some cute NPCs, and Mordecai took a fire-based breath weapon at point-blank range, failing both possible saves. It was awesome.
Got to play my first game of winterwombat's new campaign yesterday, and had a blast. It was also my first experience with Rule Of Cool's Legend system, a d20-based system designed to take the usual D&D-esque rules many gamers are familiar with and turn them into something more simplified, streamlined, and exciting.
I got a few bites on this, so for anyone interested…
Pallet Splat Commissions!
Cost: $5 (USD or CAD) per character
You pick: A character, a colour pallet of 3-5 colours (pick a premade pallet available for use or make your own at http://www.colourlovers.com/ )
You send: The character’s reference (including a short description of their personality and story if applicable) and the pallet you’d like used to sweetingenuityart [at] gmail [dot] com.
You get: A picture of your character in your colour pallet, it should look a bit like the ones shown here as examples. Everything else is artist’s choice/a surprise!
Payment: Paypal preferred, please include your paypal email with your request. If you can’t use paypal, I can set up an Etsy listing for you and you can use credit cards via Etsy’s direct checkout. Talk to me if you want to send concealed cash, and we can work something out. If you know me IRL, just… like, hand me a $5 bill next time we see each other, kay?
All funds earned go to the Help Myra Pay Rent fund. I’m not in dire financial straits at the moment or anything, but I am trying to make a go of it as a freelancer and really every dollar does help. I am also open for regular commissions just about always. Tell your friends!
These are still open, and I’m now finished all my other commission obligations.