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In the continued series of fan art of the Try Guys Dungeons and Dragons, drawn by JulyViolet and colored by me. The character here is Carol the Dark Elf Rogue. This character was made by Eugene Lee Yang. the setup for it, as Eugene put it, is that he wanted this character to be like Cate Blanchett in "Lord of the Rings" where she turns evil for that one moment as well as Cat Blanchett in the movie "Carol" which was a story about a forbidden romance between a female photographer and an older woman who is going through a divorce. So with that in mind, Eugene created a Dark Elf Rogue that he named Carol.
During the course of the campaign that the Try Guys did, it was revealed that Carol has a knife that she calls "Gay Rights" and there's even a moment in the game when Carol kills a guard and when the guard is dying she whispers one sentence: "Gay Rights". And thus the reason why I knew that there needs to be a add-in of that phrase into the picture. So I figured that it should be done as a big of graffiti in the background. In addition to that, like what I have done with the other Try Guys, I included their animal symbol/mascot in the background. Ned Fulmer has the Chicken. Zach Kornfeld has the Turtle. And Eugene has the Tiger.
My thanks to JulyViolet for the work that they've done with this. And to Skurpix for the Tiger head. Thank you all.
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I still remember seeing the Try Guys' D&D video. I nicknamed Eugene's character Carol Majima after Goro Majima from the Yakuza games because they're both proficient with knives. Don't know if you've heard of the Yakuza games as well.
What software did you use for this?
I use Photoshop, too.
I also drew Eugene last year. Feel free to find him having light blue or silvery hair in my gallery. Why? Well, hope that you've at least seen gameplay of Yakuza 6.
A Japanese open-world/beat-em-up game released by Sega in 2018. Said game is part of the Yakuza series, which remains well-known in Japan and is starting to be popular in the West. Long story short, you play as Yakuza and ex-Yakuza members who run around Japanese locales fighting hordes of thugs and uncovering evil plots that involve other Yakuza. Along the way, you level up your characters by completing side missions that also have character development. Just think of Grand Theft Auto but set in Japan.
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