Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Got this idea for the unfortunate character played by Steve Medeiros, (@4eDnd from Twitter.) His minotaur was disfigured from a trap and I tried to convince him that the lady minotaurs were WAY into that kind of thing.
(Uni-taur is not to be confused with the Pegacorn...)
We have an Art Deco assignment one of my classes, so I thought I'd draw this iconic strongman... and make sure you'd have to look twice by writing something weird in the text.
Enjoy! I appreciate your comments!
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Sunday, March 14, 2010
We were having a lesson in church about possible different levels of marriage cohesiveness.
I put my brother, Bruce, at the bottom because he isn't married. He was sitting next to me and got a kick out of this Marriage Flow Chart.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Thursday, March 4, 2010
This was a first for me in a lot of ways. I was practicing using a wood burner, and this scruffy looking guy was the result. I took him home and cut him out with some instruction from Bruce on the scroll saw.
The best thing was that I didn't even use a real wood burner. It was a soldering iron. :D
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Boy, did I ever make the wrong character...
This is about the summation of how the D&D game is going at the comic book store Wednesday nights. 3 weeks in a row, and we have fought one battle... against 3 monsters... The rest of the time we spend slowly moving through the trap laden dungeon, utterly terrified of instant death.
Last session I decided that perhaps dying would be the most exciting thing that had happened in some time, so I took my Gnoll Avenger and crawled across a shaking room to open a door. Of course the door was really a wall that shot spears out of it. Unfortunately, the others dragged me back and healed me.
The whole time I'm in this campaign I think, "If I were just a halfling rogue, I would show everyone who's boss." because we don't even have a rogue in the party, just a warlord and a sorcerer trained in thievery.