Drew up me and my buddies monks that we’re playing in our current level 10 monk d&d campaign. We’re just a ragtag bunch of nutters I’d say. Also lined version for more stuff, since the current colors are just a temp. flat color test.
And to be brief, from left to right:
Me- Ni’koil, T’kel Monk,
Jericho- Shinju, Nezumi monk/Kensei,
King-size- Thriim Bharloch, Dwarf monk/initiative of Pistis Sophia,
and Derek- RIP Vargrul, Earth Dwarf monk/Fist of the Forest/kensei
Also I don’t know where the text break option is now so whoops information.
Finals are chewing me apart right now. So until I can be free enough to draw comfortably, here’s a page of monks, warforged core classes, and my Artificer I drew up and is ready to go if the need for an Artificer comes by.
Our current D&D session has been going on, and for a unique experience, our DM finds and picks out new monsters to try out and challenge us.
Most of the monsters here have almost lead to a total tpk, with us just getting to level 5. Truly fun campaign. Just a quick sketch doodle, might color them all out for a nice big piece of these murder beasts.
I sat in on one of my best bud’s ad&d games while he was dm. Didn’t played but was being the draw man/DM’s bard playing music. I went a little overboard with drawing so much of everyone’s characters, but that’s because I love em. Though it’s still a work in progress since I wanna here responses from all the players.
Gonna be doing color studies on em too, since I get obsessive about player character designs.
“You continue to trudge through the snow; the gentle snow pellets falling down atop the forest. The trees barren and bleak, the ground solid white, and the earth nothing but plush with the snow.
You continue forward down the slight path, with footprints only barely leading in the way. Following the faint path deeper and deeper into the woods finds you at a face of a hill. You land your feet on frozen stone brick, and before is a stone like wall, built into the mountains face. Markings and bricks are present on the face, but with time smoothed out to be almost unrecognizable.
What blocks you is the mighty stone figure that sits in front of a long dark corridor, leading down into the earth. It sits motionless, with caked on frost and snow atop it’s mighty figure. What do you do?”
Drew this during the season, but just finished it. It’s still topical since there’s still snow everywhere.
I dream of ascending into a DM all the time, and I made up this for the event of a throw away campaign. Basically golem’s in the way of your destination, and it riddles your party. Either you solve its riddles or you fight it to proceed further into the depths.