So lemme fill you in on what's been happening with me for the past few months, and hopefully I can explain why I've had an abrupt and and near-complete afk on this account.
So if my last drawing didn't clue you in, towards the beginning of May I came to a world-shattering discovery: I'm transgender and bisexual. So basically at the beginning of the year I went from being a cis hetero dude, to being neither cis, nor hetero, nor a dude, and it's kind of been a bit of a wild rollercoaster. Now normally this sort of life altering change doesn't affect how much I draw, maybe a delay for a few weeks and then I'm back at it, because honestly draw
So! Hello my dudes, I haven't posted in a while, and why is that? WELL, currently I'm working on a comic! It'll be a long-form, chapter driven, story and character based comic, titled "Under the Viridian Sea". It's about mermaids! More specifically, it's about a hidden society of merfolk living just off the Northwestern US coast, sequestered away in the kelp forests. Azura, the newly christened village healer and leader, must decide how to proceed forward with her people, as the 'humans' encroach more and more on their land, hiding becomes less and less of a viable option, and respect amongst her peers is running thin.
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I made a Wild Magic Dungeon. (Or, How the Bard Floated Away While the Rest Were Turned Into Sheep, Systematically Hunted Down and Killed by the Ranger's Animal Companion, and Then Subsequently Reincarnated.)
Okay, context time. I'm running a 5e homebrew campaign, set in 1912 Egypt, right in the middle of both the industrial and the archaeological craze of the time. So it's got sort of a Steampunk meets Indiana Jones meets Arabian Nights sort of flavor going on. Currently I have four players, all at level 5: a human bard, a human monk, a human ranger, and a teifling druid. At the moment, they are exploring "The Kalivan", the ancient flying ca
When you drew Fluttershy for me on the last day of Everfree, I knew I really liked your style. What I didn't know, was that you were also really good at drawing humanoids, too! I'm really glad I ran into you yesterday, and I look forward to what you put out next!~