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Jade Fire Orc Tribe
ShantyShakin posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingSo one of my players is playing a willful teenager, half-orc, barbarian (Mizi), who is undergoing certain...changes. It's not like that. Mizi died a few months back and she recently started noticing strange spots on her head, neck, and shoulders. Kinda like the spots on a jaguar. Aaaaand because her mother (the orc half of her lineage) died at her birth, she doesn't know much about that half of her ancestry. When she asked her human father, the baker with the tastiest treats in the city (just ask the paladin 😉 ) more about her, he told Mizi that her mother's family is known as the Tribe of Mothers. He didn't know much about them, really, just the region they hailed from. So this willful teenager has naturally co-opted the entire party to go help her discover what she can about these strange spots on her body. A couple of important DM notes here: 1) My players are beginning to see that together we can create a much more interesting story than this Eldritch b*llsh*t I put so much time into. Her story really does kick *ss. They all have great backstories. 2) Never underestimate your players' propensity to try and screw each and every one of your NPCs. The paladin was a surprise, i promise you. Damn hilarious though. Anyway, here's the Tribe of Mothers for our next sesh:
Jade Fire Shaman
Auberon posted a topic in Show Off: PaintingThis is my summer exchange mini for Rainbow Sculptor. The marching orders were for Bones and something witchy. I have fallen out of favor with Bones, but Bones Black seems better so I ordered a few of those. In the end I went with the shaman. On one hand the fabric was just a large block of color that needed broken up, but on the other the contours made it difficult to do anything too fancy. Thus she ended up with a simple pattern that I could manage to get into the folds of the fabric. The skin was mixed from 09658 Christmas Wreath and 09694 Retro Emerald, just because I'd never used them.