Commission - Síle Picnic Table

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Commission done for an online friend of her fursona as a little kid enjoying a blue raspberry popsicle.

Commission: Tolen NPCs

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A group of sketch commissions for my repeat climate Roman. This time it's for a Star Trek style RPG, and these are a selection of the NPCs the players will encounter, along with a generic NPC for use on maps (at the bottom).

Commission: Pandamonium Bust Sketch

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A commission for my brother, just a quick sketch of his panda character, Pandamonium. He's a grumpus with entropy powers.

Commission: Brunnhilde

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A LANCER pilot! Brunnhilde is from a far-flung medieval world, and was working as a tinker until she got her hands on a mech kit.

Commission: Millie the Ratfolk

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Done for a local friend of his Pathfinder character Millie. She appears to have been caught in the middle of a heist - how will she get out of this one?

Commission: Hexen Danz

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A commission for my buddy Farren of his tianyulong witch character, Hexen Danz. She's summoning some demon friends!

Commission: Shale Crow

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This is for Roman, of a monster/creature in his WH40K-styled tabletop game. These are called "Shale Crows" and despite having no eyes, will stare you down as you walk through their territory. And they're bold enough to attack even living, if wounded, humans.

Commission: Deployable Sentry Bot

toasterpip commission scifi robot sentry turret bot

A commission for my client, Roman. They wanted a sentry bot that was a sort of 'economy' model, meant to be deployed and stowed easily and with an affordable aesthetic. I decided to give it a sort of look like a rolling suitcase like you'd see for airport luggage, where there's casters on the bottom so it can be wheeled into place before deploying.


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