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19 minutes ago, Sylverthorne said:

Just a nice Greek girl.... >_>

 

Layla's sister!

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Day 8: ”Frail”

 

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Day 9: “Swing”

 

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"...once upon a time a coyote found a branch growing out of a cliff, the coyote rigged a swing on it as part of an elaborate trap, years later two pseudo drakes found this and decided to play..."

 

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Ok I drew this yesterday it is a quicky as well, I was being checky. Aesop is the god of storytelling Shakespeare is his herald. Sir William will be a famous bard from the city where I am thinking of starting the party. Sorry the picture is sideways.

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Day 10 “Pattern”

 

Several years ago I discovered (or noticed) that a tiling pattern of equilateral triangles and squares is a possible thing. Three triangles and two squares at every vertex. Maths-wise that is 90+90+60+60+60=360. 

It is an interesting patterning because it doesn’t have to be consistently repetitive. It can weave, morph, look random, and never quite repeat. One can also mix in a vertex with six triangles. (6x60=360)

 

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Day 10, "Séance."

 

A fond homage to the slightly silly tendency for Harlequin to show up in otherwise rather staid murder mysteries of the 1920s.

 

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See it also on Twitter and Instagram with more explanatory text:

 

https://twitter.com/AchronalA/status/1182451033672421376

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B3dQbcYnhjT/

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All caught up 

 

10-8 Selkie and Whale Shark

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10-9 Swing, Twilight, and Technology 

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I'm loving all the "pattern" responses.

 

@Talae, your daughter really seems to have a hankering for "power!" I really love the animals with "gost power," those concepts may find their way into a D&D game at some point.

 

I have some catching up to do; I've sketched out things for the last couple days, but my evenings haven't been free. I should have some time tomorrow, though!

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2 hours ago, Sanael said:

@Talae, your daughter really seems to have a hankering for "power!" I really love the animals with "gost power," those concepts may find their way into a D&D game at some point.

She makes power cards ALL THE TIME. Like multiple a day for the last year and a half. She got the inspiration from Pokemon cards. This spring she sold some laminated ones at a Gamer's Garage Sale at our FLGS for $3-5 each and made something like $80. Since then she has been hooked.

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