That Thing Where I Draw: Soltree Village

Life has been busy, and I haven't had time to sit down and draw. Plus (and I hate to admit this) drawing something every week stresses me out, more often than not. I may cut back from the once-a-week thing, but I'd hate to stop drawing. Anyway, giving myself more than a week to draw something means I can try some of my more ambitious ideas, instead of slapped-together Photoshop images.

But I still have old sketches to show you. This is the home of my most recent D&D character, Jakk Shadowcatcher:


Unlike most halflings, Jakk has traveled far, trading as a bounty hunter as far west as Dragon's Waste and as far east as Overwatch. But he never forgets Soltree village, where his grandfather raised him and taught him how to hunt. Even though he stays away for years at a time, he still considers it home.

3 comments:

fairyhedgehog said...

I like that picture.

I can sympathise with the pressure of a picture a week. I know I couldn't do it.

Matthew Delman said...

Soltree village ... huh. I love the name, and the imagery of it.

Bane of Anubis said...

If it makes you feel any better, it would take me an entire year to draw a picture that anybody could make sense of :)