I decided to redo my Taako design. I wanted something with lighter colors and a style that’s simple but cartoony. I might dabble in animating him a bit later so I think this design will be easier to use.
Some more “The Adventure Zone” art of Taako. I have just been obsessed with this lately. And, of course, Taako is my favorite.
I’ve been into this really fun podcast lately and it’s just the most amazing thing to draw to.
I’ve been into this game like BIG TIME. I’m already rank 75.
I’ll be posting some stand alone drawings I’ve been doing and the first is my D&D character Calypso Mossswallow. She’s a Drow Ranger with the Chaotic Good alignment and her whole development is centered around fighting her Drow nature (since Drow are usually CE or CN) with nurture or the way she was brought up (She was raised by human parents.). She left her adopted family when she found out that they were losing business for raising a Drow child.
Breaking the 4th Wall Chapter 3: Worldbuilding has begun! You can read the new update in it’s optimal formatting here! And here are the panels:
Hello! It’s been a while. And that is because I come bearing the end of chapter 2 in its entirety! You can finish it here!
And, as always, here are the panels (Although I urge readers to read the comic on its hosting site so you don’t miss anything like important hovertext, which is integral to the story, or, say, a new banner?):
Breaking the 4th Wall has won the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Prize in English from Rutgers University Camden! You can find my name on the list of other prize winners here!
My twitter-based narrative piece The Cave has been selected for publication in Rutgers Camden University’s undergraduate online magazine The Scarlet Review. You can view the publication here!
The next 12 panels are here! You can read the latest update at by clinking this link!