Monday, November 16, 2009

Chemicals are our friends

Spent yesterday drawing, which was a treat since I felt good enough to do it. Some of you might be aware, I am undergoing chemotherapy for metastatic colon cancer. Treatments are going really well, though, so I get to take a week or two off for the holidays. Usually during treatments, I don't feel good enough to do anything but sleep. This week, I was awake and active and could actually get some things done. Don't know if it's the medicine or God's healing, but I'll take it!

Another excerpt from Labyrinth Lord Revised.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Tiger tiger..

This is one of the images appearing in Labyrinth Lord Revised, (soon available in a game store near you). Dan asked for a weretiger, and I couldn't make a "tigerman" drawing look interesting enough. I thought this was a better approach, though the urge to make the noses of the two faces line up was fairly overpowering.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Now that's a big frog..

Toad, actually. The last session of Labyrinth Lord I ran, my player ran into a giant toad. Her and her henchmen put up a valiant battle, but many of them were eaten. You wouldn't think a big amphibian would cause that much trouble, would you?

The rest of her henchmen were killed later by a giant leech. But, you'll excuse me if I don't draw one of those. They give me the creeps...Yick.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Maybe this will finally get it out of my system.....

Still getting it out of my system...

Some things get stuck in your head and you need to let them out. I've been doing a lot of thinking about Star Trek lately, mostly on the gaming side, and this is where I'm at today. Been tinkering with Federation Commander and rereading my old FASA Trek books, along with the TOS Last Unicorn version.

The thing that always annoyed me about the Enterprise was just the odd shapes the ship has. That saucer with it's odd curves and just tinkering with perspectives to get the nacelles to look right. I'm not saying I have, but this is the ship that showed up in my notebooks most often in grade school.