The Generic Villain Takes It Easy

Holidays.
Can’t work to my full potential, not sure I really want to, and last year’s clubbing didn’t get me too far. Lilith’s gone and ditched me as of a couple days ago; something about getting a bunch of bilby commandos together so they can go waylay the Easter Bunny. (Funny part is, given the plan [...]

The Generic Villain vs. the Calendar

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Convention Sketchbook Filler: Nize Hat!

This was actually the second piece that my group came up with when I was looking for fun character costume ideas for my convention sketches.

You may remember Timorous Sky—and even if not, you’ve probably seen Sky’s hat before. The Hat’s abilities include a knack for creating thorough disguises, sometimes even before Sky asks for him: [...]

Convention Sketchbook Filler: To Keep the Dead Down

More RPG characters in whatever costumes would hold still long enough—and this time, I go literary.

Olathe and Kiriko feature here as Sabriel and Mogget, respectively, from Garth Nix’s Abhorsen trilogy. Kiriko came into the picture first, as I hadn’t been able to fit her in with the other familiars and their costumes, and I’d gotten [...]

Convention Sketchbook Filler: Familiar Faces

As promised, sketches to pass the time while I’m off con-going! I couldn’t come up with a decent costume for myself, so I’m making up for it with some of my group’s RPG characters.

Can they really be the heroes? Today’s subjects are all, or at least all have at one point been, PC familiars. From [...]

The Generic Villain Takes a Holiday

Remember how I talked about holidays, and how sometimes they really are downright inimical to our work? It’s like that. The air’s all joyified, the Management’s off singing, the minions are plotting candy heists, and I can’t get anything done. Forget this, I’m going clubbing.
But never let it be said that I let my loyal [...]