- Posted: February 11, 2018
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Meg had disappeared into the back room quite some time ago. The pizza was getting cold, and we were starting to debate who would have to check on her when the door opened and out she came, grinning through character's golden armor as she trotted into the living room on four impossible hooves. The three of us simply sat frozen around the table, jaws agape. "You wouldn't believe how hard it is to get three twenties in a row on magic dice," she said. She looked down at me and held out the still-glowing die. "And if we're going to do this night right, it's your turn to roll."
So... D&D-themed transformation. This picture was mainly an excuse to do as much soft shading as I could using a new technique I've been working on (and previously used on octo-girl Takane). This is all 100% vector art, all drawn as weird little curvy lines in CorelDRAW with a mouse, except for the scan of the cover of the Dungeon Master's Guide, which didn't make any sense to redraw.
And I think this may no longer qualify as proper D&D and may actually be some kind of very realistic LARPing >_>