Howdy folks, come take a look at some of our favorite fan art and RPG minis on social media. Here’s what the community is working on!
Let’s start things off with my favorite: awesome pixel art. Here’s a tiefling arcanist that’s pixelated, animated, and ready for adventure.
#Barrier for @Pixel_Dailies
I want to introduce you to Ashyra, one of my most recent ocs.
Hope you like it! ✨✨#Dnd #fantasy #pixelart #ドット絵 #animation #2Danimation pic.twitter.com/T3tvOiQ8LY
— Javier Guerrero 🦉 (@Xavier_Gd) February 10, 2020
u/MikeFailleArtist has envisioned what the imps of the different Nine Hells would look like, and this looks pretty amazing:
Love is in the air thanks to these incredible valentines by u/mantis_markerslinger
Half-elves are the best, and edgy, anime half-elves perhaps best of them all. Take a look at this wizard.
— ᴠᴀʀɪᴀᴠɪ (@VariaviArt) February 9, 2020
Look at these incredibly floral dice, just waiting to blossom into your natural 20s:
— Soulbound Dice (@SoulboundDice) February 13, 2020
It wouldn’t be fanart Friday if we didn’t have some Critical Role art, and here we are with Essek ready to enjoy a parastroll under a parasol:
— 🌈Eli🌈 Molly Enthusiast (@zakunni) February 8, 2020
And as long as we’re shining the spotlight on a few of the more tertiary characters, let’s take a look at this incredible painting of Farriwen Breeze, the wisest of the Darrington brigade:
Farriwen Breeze, the most colorful air genasi monk around. I've been wanting to paint her for awhile 😊 #criticalrole #criticalrolefanart #criticalroleart #critrolefanart #darringtonbrigade @CriticalRole @LauraBaileyVO @matthewmercer pic.twitter.com/A0rYLgPRKE
— Stephanie Brown ☕ is on Patreon! 💖 (@OffbeatWorlds) February 8, 2020
Let’s not forget the reason for the season:
— bay 🌙 @ dnd but also bloodborne (@baydews) February 13, 2020
Keep an eye out for evil goth elves:
— elliott 🪐 (@planarbindings) February 8, 2020
Let’s cap off the week with this Aasimar mid-transformation… a rare Scourge Aasimar no less:
This is Risk – a very cool #dnd5e character showing a partial transformation into his Aasimar form! Thanks to everyone who tuned into watch me paint him on stream!#art #dnd #dungeonsanddragons #ttrpg pic.twitter.com/oJl74a0oJC
— Rachel Denton ❄️ (@Tallinier) February 12, 2020
Have a great weekend folks!
If you saw something you liked, be sure to follow the artist on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. Want to share what you’re working on? Drop it in the comments – we’d love to see what you’re creating.