Hello, Portland. I am in you. More precisely I’m in the Portland Doubletree with a belly full of half of a double burger from a place called LARDO’S, after hooking up with SIgil and Bazeel for dinner.
A lackwit gadabout.
dont care if i’ve reblogged this recently
Is it wrong that all I can think of when looking at these encouraging images is “man Traveller sure has gotten weird since the 80s”?
what is this egypt, i have never seen these tomes
Traveller was a paper-and-dice RPG from the Dawn Times. It was a contemporary of D&D, focusing on space adventure rather than dungeon-delving.
Among other things, it is notable for it actually being possible for your character to die during character creation. First-generation RPGs were kind of… broken, sometimes.
They just wrote back. I now need to write “an artist statement on your work and this comic in particular of no more than 500 words, by Oct. 3, 2014″.
A delightfully NSFW commission I did for the wonderful egypturnash who basically said “You want to draw demon babes? Have at it!” which is just about the most amazing request ever.
So she was muttering on Twitter about knowing she should be drawing commissions but only wanted to draw succubi. And I was like, you know what. I’m gonna make the world a little crazier. So I gave her some money and said “go crazy drawing some succubi, also involve a witch.” And this is what happened. This awesome, dirty, gleefull thing happened.
I think this may be the best image I have ever caused to exist with the power of my wallet. Immensely satisfied.
While reading some critical essays on the women of the Discworld, I was struck by an urge: I would like to re-read Discworld. All forty books of it. In publication order.
I could probably get them all for free with a minimum of searching. Hell, I might even have them sitting around my computer. And arguably I would not be making any major moral mis-steps by doing this, as I used to own copies of…