Alright, so I'm super stoked about the new version of D&D, D&DNext, but I don't have a team to play with anymore, so I'm venting frustration in various ways. Today I decided to roll some random characters to see what kind of awesome chaotic combinations the cold hand of Fate can dream up. Fate actually decided to be pretty boring for awhile, but then came up with some good ones.
Racial ability bonuses are presented in (parentheses) to divide them from the random roll. So if you see 9 (+2) it means the final score is 11. If you're not familiar with D&D ability scores, they are Strength, Dexterity, Constitution (Stamina), Intel
Okay gang, we're about learning and self-betterment here, so here's something I saw and wanted to pass on.
As you may have noticed, I do a lot of this black & white or mostly black & white shading style called DarkZoning, which looks like this:
I for one just like the way it looks, but I know a lot of dA looks at this style and says, huh? why would you do that? Well, this is why:
At first glance, that probably doesn't look a thing like darkzoning, but if you study it closely, you can pick out a lot of similarities. Notice that the colors of the primary subject matter, the train and the rocks, have a very sharp color contrast, w