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My first d&d goliath character portrait... And a ranger too. Very interesting characters to play with. Will have to "test run" one of them if I ever get to play again :D
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And since we're on the small creature character subject, here is a d&d halfling rogue (who it is rumored to have some gnome blood in his heritage). Just a quickly sketched line art background on this one I'm afraid.
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Dwarf Fighter
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This was a commission for [link] which I hope fulfilled his demand. I'm yet to hear if he enjoyed it as I enjoyed working on this character but hopefully he did.
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Dreya is a human d&d character, a blood magus. She's nothing short of a volcano of action, drawing magic through her tattoos from her own life force and her blood.
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"Ed"
That's right.. "Ed"
Ed the bard. My friend's D&D chara. His name is actually something really long in elven and starts out with 'E' and 'D' ... so humans just gave him the name of 'Ed'
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Lorith Parnell (Pathfinder Edition)
Graphite on paper
2007 Talon Dunning

I have updated this pic with a new, larger scan of the original art.

For our first Pathfinder campaign (the Rise of the Rune Lords adventure path) we decided to recreate our very first D&D characters. For me, that was Lorith Parnell, elf druid, first played under 2nd Edition back in 1987. Unfortunately, this incarnation lasted about as long as the first, only about ten game sessions or so, before being horribly killed in combat. As with the original game, I replaced him with his adopted cousin, the half-dragon (dragonborn) paladin, Kalenth.

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Another d&d pencil commission, a wizard noble woman (or a noble witch if you like). Compared to most of my drawings this is a simple one since the level of commission was for less detail. I do think she makes for a quite charismatic character 'tho.
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Talathel was a character in my gallery, you can find him if you're curious about him. The client returned and asked me for a close up portrait in a more relaxed and personal posture. So here we are...

Edit - made the neck shorter on client's request and added a bit of my hashing as a background.
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Nobody could really tell wether the orc was drunk or sleeping ...

pencil, pshop, painter
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