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Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Glorious Insights into the Human Condition

The following scraps and sketches were made on my own free time, and NOT during some of the many hours I've spent sitting on the phone at my new job, on hold. It's very difficult to draw with a handset jammed up into your neck anyway, and I would recommend against it if I had ever done such a thing, which I have NOT. They are in no particular order.

I've read that in ancient times, warriors would often battle in the altogether. I imagine such a practice would make shield placement fairly vital.

My wee daughter. This is the face she makes when she's trying to wheedle some potato chips or extra minutes past bedtime.

I've recently started playing D and D, and found that I enjoy it quite a bit. I'm aware that only people who play D and D are interested in hearing about D and D, but I thought it was worth pointing out that an "Owl bear" is a pretty darn funny idea for a monster. I've been trying to figure out what noise it would make, and the best I've come up with is saying "whoo" in a growly Doctor Claw style voice. Try it, it's fun.

Another D and D inspired drawing. To avoid lengthy explanation, I'll merely say that in-party drama can sometimes end up with nosebleeds.

They do this. They make you sit and sit, and without warning, they hang up. Then Hulk smash.

I wanted to come up with a love interest/foil for Bee-bar. This is a very ruff Blue Betty. When I come up with a name that's less derivative, you'll be the first to know.

He's got a 1D8 mace! HAR! Did I mention I've been playing D and D?

More fat means more jolly. I hope everyone had a great holiday.