I'm Jess. I'm an artist in Oregon. I'm going to be posting drawings of the nerdy things I like, and if you like the same nerdy things, you should stick around!

 

Our adventuring party killed some yetis. Of course the natural next step is to craft cold-weather gear out of the fallen beasts.
Here’s my thief, Ptak-Ptak, looking  stylish  in his fluffy winter threads.

Our adventuring party killed some yetis. Of course the natural next step is to craft cold-weather gear out of the fallen beasts.
Here’s my thief, Ptak-Ptak, looking stylish in his fluffy winter threads.

Some more Pokemon-themed D&D characters (Dungeons & Dragonites?)
-Absol style tiefling rogue/assasin/shadow dancer/whatever
-Venusaur style bullywug druid/shaman
Heh, bulba-wug

Some more Pokemon-themed D&D characters (Dungeons & Dragonites?)
-Absol style tiefling rogue/assasin/shadow dancer/whatever
-Venusaur style bullywug druid/shaman
Heh, bulba-wug

I was thinking that a scrafty-themed, troglodyte monk would be a pretty cool D&D character.
I have dumb thoughts.

I was thinking that a scrafty-themed, troglodyte monk would be a pretty cool D&D character.
I have dumb thoughts.

Some quick portraits of our little Forgotten Realms party.
Malachite: Earth elemental
Ptak-Ptak: My character, Saurial flyer thief and Harper trainee
Gortak: Werewolf ranger, Harper agent, hates Wildred
Wildred: Half-elf mage/magical disease expert, Harper agent

Some quick portraits of our little Forgotten Realms party.
Malachite: Earth elemental
Ptak-Ptak: My character, Saurial flyer thief and Harper trainee
Gortak: Werewolf ranger, Harper agent, hates Wildred
Wildred: Half-elf mage/magical disease expert, Harper agent

Not 100% finished with this design,  but here’s the general look for my thief in an upcoming rpg of the pen and paper variety.

Not 100% finished with this design, but here’s the general look for my thief in an upcoming rpg of the pen and paper variety.

One of my D&D characters is a kobold barbarian named “Kobone.” He was originally rolled up as a joke character for a standalone game, but he has swiftly become one of my favorites, and yes, he can only say his name.

One of my D&D characters is a kobold barbarian named “Kobone.” He was originally rolled up as a joke character for a standalone game, but he has swiftly become one of my favorites, and yes, he can only say his name.