Tag: fantasy

dark one

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lezard boy

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lezard boy

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dragon sketch

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shy girl

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Day 14: Rebel Captain

| November 14, 2013 | 2 Comments

Rebel CaptainBack to the Demonstar pieces. This guy is one of 6 player pieces for my WIP, 3D print-and-play board game. The pixel-art below is by my insanely talented brother, Cameron Croft.



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elf quick sketch

| November 9, 2013 | 1 Comment


Day 8: Shambling Fiend

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Shambling FiendA playing piece for my WIP, 3d print-and-play board game, Demonstar.


| November 7, 2013 | 1 Comment


Day 6: Houndmaster Torstein

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Day 6- The Shield Bearer

| November 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

30 characters  6 shield bearer ready


From the Isle of Avalon, the mysterious Shield Bearer appears during times of battle to stand next to the king offering protection. Armed with two mystic shields, she can deflect hammers, broadswords, missiles, and even cannnon fire! But the shields are not just defensive. Swinging them at foes, these shields of mystic energy are thin- capable of chopping or slicing like any contemporary weapon would be expected to do. When the battle is over, the Shield Bearer disappears as quietly as she first appeared. Rumors have it she was last seen several times across Europe during WWII and is believed to have been captured in the background of a photo that shows her at the door of Winston Churchill’s house on Downing Street. Other reports have her helping a young woman across the Russian wilderness in 1918…

Adventure girl

| November 4, 2013 | 1 Comment


skull model

| November 3, 2013 | 3 Comments


Day 2: Sandor & Mikah

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Day 1: Pimbrouke

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Day 2- Narwal Privateer by John Tompkins

| November 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

30 characters  narwahl


A cartographer from an ancient time and people of the north, voyaged with a tribute ship carrying payment to his people’s rulers when the ship was attacked. Looking to abandon ship, he grabs his bag of charts and maps when a cursed bone-carved medallion falls in his bag. The medallion is made of narwal horn, and on contact with the water, the cartographer is turned into a narwal creature who takes advantage of his new form to become a privateer, raiding the pirates who plundered his people and returning the treasures.


| November 1, 2013 | 2 Comments


#1 – The Duke of Cats

| November 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Duke of Cats

It is something of an embarrassment to various World Security Organisations that various “10 Most Wanted” Lists contain the Duke of Cats, to the point where “Officially” no one knows the identity of this criminal mastermind, and he just has a blank space where his portrait should be. Governments don’t like to have a single domestic cat sitting alongside Warlords, Despots, Terrorists and Other-worldly threats. They feel doing so takes the seriousness out of the thing.

That being said, The Duke of Cats surely deserves his place on those lists – a criminal mastermind with enormous resources, both financial and political, who has come close to world domination on three separate occasions in the past twenty years, and would have succeeded in any of them if hadn’t been for a certain Gnome and Guinea Pug duo.  He has armies of minions, both human and feline, and access to enormous funds.  He is rumored to have numerous powerful figures on his payroll.

No one is really sure of his origins, as surely a hyper-intelligent talking cat should have some fairly obvious origin story, but as people can work out, he just has some aura to him that makes people take him seriously despite appearances.

Returning Challenger — Robin White

| October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hi everyone! My name is Robin and I’m a Canadian living in Japan who does a webcomic called Doodze — A Tiny Epic. It’s a cartoony fantasy comic that I like to describe as a cross between Smurfs and Lord of the Rings.  I took part in the 2011 30 Characters challenge, completed it (Yay!) and had a great time… though I don’t think I’ve used any of the new characters I created… yet.

Last year I skipped 30 Characters, but this year, in spite of having enough stuff on my plate, I’ve decided to join the fun again. I just can’t help myself…

This year I’ve chosen a theme: Monsters! I’ll leave you with a couple of samples of my work, one that’s a quick sketch and one that’s inked and coloured:



Tune in tomorrow as I begin  30 Characters in 30 Days 30 Monsters in 30 Days!


Robin (www.doodze.com / @doodze on Twitter)

And the last one…

| November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments


This challenge was very fun! I’m so glad to participate and regain some of my old skills. It’s been great to make differents characters as I see others people’s style. Thanks for all your comments and see you next year!… 🙂

Day Eighteen: Goblin’ Boy

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Day Seventeen: the chick from the Cutting Crew

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Day Sixteen: Wormoid.

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He can be kind of a dick.


| November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments