It was a beautiful warm night to sit outside. Wonderful dragon.
firstly, I'm now convinced that the subjects of both of the sketches must be combined in real life somehow.secondly, I'm jealous. I haven't played D&D for years. My very talented DM friend lives 250 miles away and our play-by-video-chat hasn't worked out. btw, we call it "Geek Gaming" and refuse to go past 3.5. Hope your game went well!Thirdly, both sketches are beautiful. The dragon is very Henson-ish. I could see it forming from local vegetation when needed.
Arkonbey, those two sketches are more closely related than they might appear. Both were drawn while I was thinking about a graphic novel story that I've been working on for about 5 years now. D&D! We should call it Geek Gaming too. We only play actual D&D (3.5!) about %10 of the time. Right now we're playing odd board games, building characters and gearing up for a Mutants and Masterminds Superhero campaign. I keep hoping that one of these days I'll have time to start drawing and blogging some of the crazy characters I've played through the years..
Great dragon! I look forward to that graphic novel. I hope it materializes before too long.I haven't played D&D in ages! My older brother is still into gaming, although I don't know how often it is D&D anymore. I hope you do get time to draw some of your characters. The Hatke imagination is very rich, and every glimpse into it is worth the time.
Aw thanks Fr. Green! I talk a lot about D&D but the truth is we do a lot of different role playing games and it's really only D&D about 20% of the time.I hope I get time to draw more non-project related stuff too. That's where the imagination really grows. But the story with the dragon -oh! He's only a tiny part of it and I'm REALLY hoping ot make it one of my next projects. It's a story I believe is worth telling.
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