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I basically spent all day making cute D&D monster badges.
I THINK that counts as being productive?

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pyxistyx wrote:

I basically spent all day making cute D&D monster badges.
I THINK that counts as being productive?

Totally does

I got to stretch my drawing muscles a bit this week and doodled my aarakocra finding her sister...

Spoiler:

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My character Arek is a aarakocran Cleric of Light based off of an eastern yellow robin and the whole reason she's traveling with her current group is to find her sister who ran away a few years before the beginning of our campaign. So naturally we found her in the underdark, possessed by some kind of hivemind, and upon rescue she has no memory! And so the plot thickens :3

that's cute

Here's two more of mine. Thinking of making a bunch of stickers out of them.

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After doing a bit of design and playing with our 3D printer at work, about a month ago I finally bought my own We recently had a session where we used a ton of things I designed and printed and I wanted to share.

Spoiler:

All the light gray plastic are my prints. From left to right ish:
- I printed little sun tokens for when my Light Cleric casts Bless.
- One of our aarakocra is an NPC, so I designed and downloaded a Hero Forge file for her.
- Our aarakocra and some enemies fly I made a couple lifted flight stands to show lifted game pieces, in this case it was our Paladin's Spiritual Weapon, which I also designed.
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The black printed characters are PC are Hero Forge prints in Premium Plastic.

I also went out and bought some primer and model paints and have started playing with that - no pictures I want to share yet but it's been fun playing with something new.

The documentary about D&D art and artists, Eye of the Beholder, is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video now.

Mr Eko wrote:

The documentary about D&D art and artists, Eye of the Beholder, is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video now.

Watched it tonight thanks to your recommendation and I now consider it essential viewing for anyone who's merely dabbled in D&D. Every piece of art they showed either told a story or invited the viewer to tell a story about what they were seeing on their own.

I watched it the other day. Brought me back to my young days playing AD&D and seeing a lot of that art from the “four horsemen.”

Time for a little old school.

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Got some Dragonlance in that last one.

Yep! The Dragonlance books were the first fantasy series that I read.

cartoonin wrote:

Time for a little old school.

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I remember this one from the cover of Dragon magazine.

Yep! I was a big fan of Dragon and then Dungeon back then.

I loved Dragon magazine. One of my older brother's friends gave him a stack of them when he went off to college, and we devoured every page.

I spent way too much time reading Dragon compared to the almost nonexistent time I spent playing D&D at the time.

Got to take a look at the art in the Avernus book, and it is really outstanding.

Index of the covers of Dragon magazine all the way from #1

https://index.rpg.net/display-search...

It would appear that they really started to get rolling, art-wise, on the covers in the mid 80s.

cartoonin wrote:

Index of the covers of Dragon magazine all the way from #1

https://index.rpg.net/display-search...

It would appear that they really started to get rolling, art-wise, on the covers in the mid 80s.

i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had i will not spend all day figuring out which ones of those i had

Which ones did you have?

cartoonin wrote:

Index of the covers of Dragon magazine all the way from #1

https://index.rpg.net/display-search...

It would appear that they really started to get rolling, art-wise, on the covers in the mid 80s.

I think it took them a little while to attract the big names in the fantasy art industry. Or maybe took a while to be able to afford them.

This was always one of my favorite covers.

RIP Parkinson

Quintin_Stone wrote:

I spent way too much time reading Dragon compared to the almost nonexistent time I spent playing D&D at the time.

I didn't play any D&D before college but I had the 2ed AD&D manuals memorized from all the times I checked them out of the public library as a teen.

Me 3.

Parkinson, Elmore and Brom were all faves of mine.

Quintin_Stone wrote:
cartoonin wrote:

Index of the covers of Dragon magazine all the way from #1

https://index.rpg.net/display-search...

It would appear that they really started to get rolling, art-wise, on the covers in the mid 80s.

I think it took them a little while to attract the big names in the fantasy art industry. Or maybe took a while to be able to afford them.

This was always one of my favorite covers.

RIP Parkinson