D&D character tonight. Apok is one of the other players characters. He is a nasty little halfling paladin. Total jerk.
I finished this during games night tonight. For those that don’t know much about D&D: a Kenku is a type of bird-people. They have arms and hands instead of wings. While they do understand language, they can’t speak. Instead they can mimic sounds. When this kenku is asked for her name she replies with the sound of a horse, and she signs her name with a X and a U. I like to pronounce it Whinny Kzuu.
My brand new D&D character. She is a kenku ranger in the western style.
I drew this last night. Do not mess with orcish women. They won’t put up with it. My favourite details: the hand holding the hammer, the back/shoulders and the twisting of the torso.
Needed to draw another tough lady-orc. It took most of our D&D session to get the sketch right. This was at least the third attempt. Inked it this morning and coloured it this evening. My daughter loves it.
Also, I am going to be honest; I think I have had a breakthrough with hair.
Here is the last member of our D&D adventure party. I did most of the work at the game table, until my battery was down to 5%. I finished it when I got home and could plug in.
His name is Kade. We don’t know much about him yet, as he just joined the party. He seems to be a bit of a local celebrity.
I cannot sleep. I drew these last night during our D&D gaming session. Liel is our Drow-elf rogue / treasure hunter. Darby is our young and naive wizard. I will draw the fourth member of the adventure party next week. You may remember Thorbo from a previous post.