Just a little commission I did a while back.
I’m starting a series where I roll a random monsters from the D&D Monster Manual to draw, with an eye toward providing printable paper minis once I’ve got a big enough selection. Hopefully I can eventually do the whole thing! Here’s a Hellhound. I haven’t had the pleasure of running one of these guys yet, but my main group just hit level 3, so it might be time to throw a bad doggie at them!
Hoo boy, this one was a challenge! A lot of characters, a lot of character details, a lot of “business”, like the water genasi warlock pilfering a magical D30 from the dragonborn paladin’s pouch. Just a lot of stuff to fit into in the image. Very challenging, but worth it, because I think it came out very nicely, and the clients were very pleased. Most of the D&D party commissions I do are either an action scene of some kind, or a “group photo” where everyone just poses and looks cool. And those are great! But it was a nice change of pace to depict a quiet moment of travel, so often glossed over in our games as well as in our art!
I recently had the opportunity to draw this for the D&D Livestream Show Total Party Chill! Fun characters, and lots of places to fit in bits of character acting in the drawing.
Here’s a fun commission I recently had the chance to do, featuring a lovely couple (and their parrots!) plying their axe-throwing hobby against an army of zombies!
This was a fun one! A family portrait, as characters from The Nightmare Before Christmas!
These are some illustrations I did for a children’s book called Bucabella.
Here I was commissioned to draw a happy couple as dueling Star Trek captains for a wedding gift, incorporating various easter eggs from their relationship. I think it came out pretty good!
A commissioned illustration of some dog characters.
This is a Halloween story I drew for the Legendary Sisters of the Laughing Doggebi webcomic by D. Forrest — a fantasy series set in the Korean feudal era. Very fun project with great settings, characters, and cool action! You can read the complete, lettered version here.
Click to see the whole thing!