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here are the player characters from our extremely home brew campaign.
the two guys at the back are:
Grug Brickspine - Rhorn (big rock fella)
Bert mc grub - Skirsh (hefty bug bloke)
the four in the middle are:
Melodie Bubblesworth - Namari (fancy fish lass)
Shula Bula - Daemon (red skinned demon girl)
Slando Chinnegan - Human (goes without saying really)
Princess Quinoa - Gotlin (blue green faun like girl)
and the one up front is:
Sheryl Crow - Pestral (sparkly crow lady with a gun)

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Very cool! I like the smokey green of the background :)

-shawn-

dommi-fresh responds:

Thanks Shawn. I am trying to improve on my lighting and colour work so glad you like it

Really neat details and particularly liked that the Pestral possess several shiny and sparkly gems. Is the Skirsh part of that homebrew? Because I really like insects and weird playable characters

dommi-fresh responds:

Yea I made a bunch of races for my own fantasy universe as I wanted something different to the usual elf's and dwarves type stuff. So the skirsh are a diverse race of insectoid creatures that are born from the hive a huge underground net work of tunnels ... All of them are male except the queen.

Excellent. Love the style!

dommi-fresh responds:

Thanks lad ya like it

Very creative. These are the sorts of character designs that make me want to learn more about an IP.

dommi-fresh responds:

I might share more in the future . I have slowly added more and more to the universe in which we play the game. I am trying to stay away from using too much of the conventional stuff and challenge myself to make a more unique fantasy setting

love it :)

dommi-fresh responds:

Thanks bud

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