The old D&D rules about the crazy possible consequences of drinking two active magic potions at once used to fascinate me. I don't know what is about to happen to this fellow, but it ought to be fun finding out. For us, if not so much for him.
I'm still trying to learn how to do color for comics-style panels using Photoshop. I found a couple of tutorials with good tips, so on this one I was trying to figure out flats (big blocks of single colors that serve as the base) and having line art on a separate layer with no white fill for coloring, and so forth. Some day I'd really like to learn how to do a full-on painterly style of image, without black lineart, but just color serving as the borders of the shapes.
Jeff my friend, I really like this one. Nice job 🙂
I’ve never fully understood why there would be such a diverse array of side-effects from mising potions, anyway.
Dude! You have GOT to make that reptile-skin leather pattern available in HM3!
I love that pattern too! I second that request!
Dude!!!!!! (That totally beats your “Dude!” Marx 😉 ) This one is fantastic. But I really have no idea what happens when you drink two active potions in DnD. I almost never drink potions in the game lol. I mean have ya read Drizzt? One dude got turned into a werewolf… By a spell… But they’re the same thing right? Well anyways, very, very, very, very, very good. The white outline irks me, but besides that, it’s good. I love the effect of the drink spilling down his neck, and the coloring is very good, as always. And that background is wonderfully awesome. I always have liked having emerald green and gold right next to each other. Maybe it’s cuz they compliment each other, or that my fav NFL team is the Packers. But, even though the white outline is kinda bad for the pic, it’s still very good. (5 times over) 😀
But for my request for HM3, it’d have to be the background. With the hazy runes and stuff. It’s actually very good.