I had a surprising amount of commission work this month. The first of which was this massive piece depicting my Friday night Eberron D&D crew. I’m almost at the point where between this and my freelance design work, I can actually live off that income … Continue readingMarch Update – The Commissions come rolling in
Darting down the rough steps of the narrow switchback trail didn’t phase little Tomas, despite the threat of a sheer drop into the waters below. His bare feet were tough enough to ignore the pointed tops of loose rocks but soft enough to grip the … Continue readingHanging on the edge of the world
After my last admittedly gloomy entry I found myself determined to make the most of all the free time that I’ve been presented with. The very next day I spent the morning researching where to buy custom PCs and in the afternoon took a train … Continue readingMy Canadian Life: The Grindstone
I’ve started work on a new campaign setting, based on the idea of creating a low-magic and human-centric adventure. From the very start, I also wanted to explore the idea of two opposing sides that have clearly justifiable reasons for entering into a civil war. … Continue readingRence – A Low-magic Setting
NPC #52: Spiracht, Half-drow Bard While he is typically driven by his unending quest for knowledge, Spi has made great sacrifices in the past to protect others.
NPC #51: Keelik, Water Genasi Druid Keelik makes up for his ‘goldfish’ memory by intuiting his environment. He travels the material plane to find the lost Orb of Xendril.