I forgot all about this portrait of my D&D character! Her name is Calla and she is a revenant battlemind. Known best for rolling really well when it counts the least and cleaving 1hp kobolds entirely in half.
Another Illustration from our Lunchtime D&D campaigns. This is a friend’s Dwarf Battlemind facing off against a swarm of Carrion Crawlers in a disgusting sewer! It was a pretty impressive round, he downed one and immobilized another. I had to draw it the showdown! So here’s the sketch at the table on the post-it note and the photoshopped version.
Here’s my latest drawing. It’s a Warforged Battlemind named Titan. I drew it as another part of limeskeleton7 ’s surprise gifts for his D&D Dark Sun session that he runs in the summer. This is a depiction of one of the player’s characters. Next, I’ll be drawing the other three, which consist of a pixie, gnome, and I forgot what the third was. limeskeleton7 gets the descriptions from his players and I’ve been drawing them. once I’m done drawing them all, I’ll start coloring the pictures next week!
My first ever character, Sixteen. He’s a Warforged Battlemind with kick-ass armblades.
Sixteen suffered from the same problem I think most first-characters do: He didn’t have much of a personality. Luckily, I could put it down to him being, well, a robot. He also died in Tomb of Horrors, but it’s cool; he got better.
I had a dream of a monster - a terrible gnoll! He could teleport himself instantly, a truly frightening power! I was scared at first, but the dream was not a nightmare. I think, perhaps, he might have been a hero? I hope so. I wish him luck, wherever he might be now.