antlers tattoo

art notes to future self for cr art stuff:

everyone:hero’s crest with each of the five dragon scales

grog: has his shoulder tattoo as well as kevdak’s tribal bear tattoo redone onto his back, percy’s ascot and glasses

pike: nothing new tbh??? she’s got a cute ass bakery tho, EDIT: blue streaks going from the center down and one on each side all the way down, which leads to a blue ombre kinda tips

vex: white dragon scale armor, makes her hero’s crest her hair piece

vax: antlers tattooed onto his right bicep

keyleth: her cool ceremonial robe was tattooed on her chest and shoulders

percy: rose gold glasses made by taryon himself

tary: black armor of umbrasyl to match vex’s, long dangling earring on the left ear, haS A BROOM, hero’s crest without any scales

doty: book storage lil slot in left rib cage, weird right arm, vm crest on chest, left hand has a hole in palm for a bullet, can say “tary” exclusively, boots of elven kind

Deer Woman Aesthetic ; requested by anon

Deer Woman, sometimes known as Deer Lady, is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology, in and around Oklahoma, the Western United States and the Pacific Northwest. She allegedly appears at various times as an old woman, or as a young beautiful maiden, or as a deer. Some descriptions assign her a human female upper body and the lower body of a white-tailed deer.

In various folklores, the Deer Woman is described to sometimes be seen as a beautiful woman just off the trail or behind a bush, calling to men to come over. Deer Woman is often said to have all the features of a normal young woman, except her feet which are shaped like deer hooves and her brown deer’s eyes. Men who are lured into her presence often notice too late that she is not a natural woman, and are then trapped by her magic to waste away until death. Other stories and traditions describe the sighting of Deer Woman as a sign of personal transformation or as a warning. Deer Woman is also said to be fond of dancing and will sometimes join a communal dance unnoticed, leaving only when the drum beating ceases.