Worldbuilding: It’s Not Just In Your Head

While a large chunk of my time lately has been spent editing and doing real-life tasks, I’ve been discussing with friends some of the materials I’m reading, reviewing, and editing, and many of these conversations lead to concerns about building a world. “I can never make something that cool,” I’ll hear. Or, “How can someone... Continue Reading →

Quick Draw: Abigail & Mimikyu

Abigail and Mimkyu seem perfect for each other. I've been playing a lot of StarDew Valley and Pokemon as of late, so this mashup was bound to happen. I mean, come on, every towns person in StarDew Valley has a pokemon that they'd mesh with well.

Quick Draw: Drowned Mercy

What is dead, may never die, but rise harder and stronger with the tide. I've wanted to do a ghost pirate or dread pirate Mercy for quite some time. I think it be a cool addition to Ana and Torb's pirate/nautical themed regalia. But that's just me. A fast forward of the drawing stream featured... Continue Reading →

Quick Draw: Overwatch Picnic

We've been joking for some time that Overwatch is secretly a "slice of life" anime. It's hard not to believe that if you see some of the fanart, cartoons, and animations. Wanted to dabble in it myself, being a huge OW fan.

DIY Portable GM Kit!

Prior to CharCon, I mentioned that I was working on a bit of a project for said convention. It just so happens that I lucked out with getting it done not only on-time, but with days enough to spare to get the best loadout. As I was on crutches for this convention, I began to... Continue Reading →

Forging the Confection Cleaver: Part 3

Now that the blade was shaped and a guard was in place, it was time for the big (for me) challenge: the handle. My experience making handles is rather limited. I've made two during my first knife class (made from slabs of wood) and one during my sword class (cut into two slabs for a... Continue Reading →

Forging the Confection Cleaver: Part 2

As I mentioned last week, I've worked on a project for an old student of mine as a wedding present. After the process of forging the blade, I had two important parts to finish, even if they weren't very big: the guard and the handle. The guard presented it's own challenge for me. I've only... Continue Reading →

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