Paladin: “I use Detect Evil on the mouse!”
Paladin: “What…it might be a familiar, or something. We’re hunting a necromancer here! Constant vigilance, and stuff.”
DM: *rolls die, gets haughty look on face* No, the mouse is not evil. It’s good. It has the heart of a paladin even.
Ranger: *proceeds to cast speak with animals and roll a crit to befriend said mouse* We take him with us. His name is Mousicus.
Based on this old headcanon doodle about Hermann being an origami wiz
(Apologies for: terrible formatting, the obvious degradation in quality as things progress, for not being able to draw kids and for any unintentional spelling errors.
I’m very tired )
So really stupid thing I’ve just realized, I instantly ship any League of Legends players that are really friendly with each other in the chat.
I’m very lame
So I just finished Oyasumi Punpun, yeah, I have no idea what to say about it, it was good. But seriously what did I just read for the past two days.
I’m going to read lovey dovey romance things to make my self feel better
These are the first ten comics in a zero-effort, wrote-itself story about my D&D group. Somehow the response I got to this was better than the response I get to 90% of the things I put a lot of effort into. Obviously, this is the precursor to the style you see in the previous comic.
If you like these, you will be pleased to know that I am collaborating with a very talented artist to bring you more of this style of comic. Don’t worry, the effortless shitty lineart will still be featured, but the fantasy sequences will be stellar.
more of this please
For my non-tabletop followers; this is exactly how this shit goes.
I haven’t drawn ponies in a long time
there’s playing piano, which is difficult
there’s ragtime piano, which involves difficult techniques and at its best involves lots of improvisations on a theme
then there’s stride piano, which involves no sheet music and is fully improvised along a basic melody and chord progression
then there’s stride piano duet, which involves no sheet music and is fully improvised along a basic melody and progression AND YOU CAN’T SEE YOUR DUET PARTNER’S BODY LANGUAGE
basically this is magic
oh my god
so is it’s like “lets play and hope for the best”?
THIS IS STRESSING ME OUT