Early D&D sketches
Early D&D sketches

Phew, these are some old sketches! These are drawing from the very beginning of the comic, when I was designing the costumes and general “look” for the group’s D&D characters. Mark’s barbarian was a little wilder-looking back then. But, while I was still trying to figure out the specifics of Dustin’s paladin character’s armor, he hasn’t changed much since the initial sketch. (This is pretty much due to the fact that it’s really just Dustin under all that armor, so the face doesn’t really need to change!!)

News: Posted March 30th, 2012 by Alina

^ 5 Comments to “Early D&D sketches”

  1. Draginbeard Says:

    Nice sketching. Had a minute to look some things up. Never heard of Blue-Booking before. Ive never see it done, but I have done, and others Ive played with have certainly went way over-board chronicling their characters adventures. =) Actually, I would say that is a sign of a good game group if you are so into it to do that.

    Posted March 30th, 2012 at 11:19 pm
  2. Harrow Says:

    I’m glad you didn’t opt for the Greek-style helmet for Paladin Dustin. It just hides too much of his face and too much of his character. My Mass Effect characters never wear a full helmet, no matter how unsafe and unrealistic it would be. Looking heroic and sneering at the Big Bad is much more important than protection from head shots.

    Posted March 30th, 2012 at 11:25 pm
  3. Harrow Says:

    More to the point, Cumberbatch old chap, what the hell does it mean?

    Posted April 5th, 2012 at 6:07 pm
  4. Dirty dirty girls love Benjamin Cumberbatch. (heh. Mr. Weebl.)

    Posted April 6th, 2012 at 3:54 am
  5. Gaaah, BENEDICT, not “Benjamin.” Sorry, I’m rather intoxicated at the moment.

    Posted April 6th, 2012 at 3:54 am