Thinking thoughtless water droplets.
I have played D&D exactly twice.
The first time was fun, but cut short because it was with friends that were visiting for only a short while.
The second time was over my birthday, when a few friends came to visit. Our DM allowed us to play ‘monsters’ with some modifications to make them more balanced. It was a week’s worth of complete shenanigans!
While playing, Rah-Bop drew a fantastic lineart of our characters!! She graciously allowed me to color it. The lineart is ALL hers, please go visit her gallery, it will blow you away. http://rah-bop.deviantart.com/
From left to right: Rah-Bop’s Kenku, Rue; Vantid’s Tengu, Reyliss; and my Couatl, Cenchria (I based Cenchria on a rainbow boa and a bronze-winged pionus).
Ink (by Rah-Bop) with digital color by myself.
Yeah this happened.
It seems you enjoy my underwater sketches. That’s great because I enjoy making them. I will keep them coming. Thanks ya’ll!
Thank you so much! Yes, pendants are planned in the next run. c:
They are finally real! Coming to an FC near you. I am still tweaking the design and have plans for the next run, bu I am pretty happy with these guys.
These are alder wood with sterling hooks and steel jump rings and measure roughly 2.5 to 2 inches long.
It has been many sorts of blessings in disguise. We are so sad that the property got wrecked, especially since a lot of neat buildings were washed out. Very sad about the house, which had been uninhabited for 20 years but kept up by housekeepers and had furniture, bedding, dishes…it was basically a fully stocked house for summer rental and we were going to get it all, even a cadillac! What can you do.
We plan to clear the debris and recycle as much as we can. A lot is twisted up or buried which will make it difficult. I hope to pull and wood chip as much woody debris as possible and inoculate the chips with mycelium to begin soil restoration, as well as start spreading seeds for “living mulch” and get some native plants going asap. It depends on the state of the soil. Long term? A small hobby farm with intense permaculture design to sustain my fiance and me.