We could all use a few more blue dragon centipedes in our lives, right? They have electrifying personalities. Talking to one could be en-lightning, but it’ll behir today, gone tomorrow.
In D&D, I always loved the monsters that are basically two creatures put together. This bloodthirsty specimen is a mosquito and a bat. Mosquibat? Batsquito? Regardless, it’s stirge-tastic.
Here’s video of me painting this stirge:
Well he certainly looks awfully happy for a demon-driven slathering hungermonster, doesn’t he?
Here’s the video of me painting the gnoll:
I painted this blue dragon skeleton and the upcoming blue dracolich together. (Essentially, one has skin and the other doesn’t!)
Here’s video of me painting both:
This grub doesn’t reach its gargantuan size just eating leaves, I can tell you that much for sure.
Cheesetastic beefcake. I’m pretty sure those wings are tiny due to overuse of testosterone.
I’ve just realized I’ve used wayyyy too much purple lately, so here’s a tarrasque/terrasque color variant with a different color palette.
Here’s the video of me painting the original kaiju:
The original shambler was a big hit, so I thought I’d make this color variant for the weekend. Enjoy!
This seductress is perfectly modest, I assure you! Pay no attention to the lady behind the curtain.
Here’s the Twitch video of me painting the succubus:
Clearly true romance right here. They’re of one mind! … now they are, anyway. That must be why their eyes are the same color. At least the elf is happy about it.
Here’s the Twitch video of me painting this:
This ten-eyed monster is known by another name, but I am trying to avoid stepping on any “product identity” toes. I love the demure eye-to-mouth gesture, and the way it weaves eye stalks around the ring. Still, it looks like all the eye rays are coming your way… you might be in trouble.
Get an eyeful of the video of this painting:
This tarrasque/terrasque is stepping so gingerly through the city. Perhaps everyone will end up fine! Let’s pretend that’s how it turns out, yep.
Here’s the video of me painting this kaiju:
My usual Lisa Frank color palette doesn’t look much like stone, I’ll freely admit… but I think the texture works, and the glowy look is fun too. This gargoyle is supposed to be guarding the building, but looks so happy and welcoming. So, he’s either doing a bad job, or really looking forward to doing an especially good job on you.
Since it’s the weekend, I made this color variant of my original Construct Penta Token. Perhaps he’s adapted for arctic environments, and the glowing blue lines are antifreeze?