Melantho

Content Warning: mention of sexual assault. She doesn’t know the face of the king of Ithaca; the throne goes to whoever is bold enough to sit in it of a night, drunk and japing, japing and drunk, drunk, drunk. Always drunk. Melantho keeps her head down, and creeps past the raucous men, aching and sore, […]

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2020 Summary Of Art

All these pieces are up on my personal/art Twitter. A good year for art!

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Analysis Of “Mandalorian Mural” from Star Wars: Clone Wars

Eventually it was going to get to this point. Eventually I was going to get isolation brainrot so severe I actually wrote a full analysis of a piece of art that shows up, once, in the Star Wars: Clone Wars cartoon. In my defense, such as it is, they gave me something incredible to work […]

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[ttrpg] Swords and Songs

I hacked John Harper’s Lasers and Feelings into a game about chivalric romance as a thought exercise in about four hours. If I didn’t do somethin’ productive I was gonna snap. SWORDS AND SONGS YOU ARE among the fairest fellowship of knights that ever a holy king held together. Sworn to serve this king, to […]

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Malcolm Needs An Ibuprofen

A little fanart of Malcolm Roberts, a MASKS character made by Nikodraws, who you can find here, and here, and why don’t you buy them a coffee here, right now, immediately. The leader of the New Algernon paragon team, he’s taking this opportunity, while no one is around, to let his many eyes get some […]

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Commission for Comrade_Yui

Like I said, Yui brings the good shit. A title card for their upcoming Mage: The Ascension chronicle. Wonder what’s up with that cool looking lady? Hope she’s got nothing but good things planned for our intrepid Technocrats…

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Commission for Comrade_Yui

Yui continues to give me The Good Shit, this time with a commission of the character Jabril, an incredibly unfortunate young woman having a tiny bit of a massive, soul-shattering problem. It’s not fair, but nothing about being a Nephandus is fair…

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Dolores: 1200s

“–long I suspected the one to solve — Potestas Vitae would — female, for who hath God in His — granted a closer relation– to Blood than Woman?” Fragments of a letter, c.1200s, in the chantry archives of Lucca. Dolores da Lucca, blood witch of note.

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