Characters to roll by.

A Myriad of characters ranging from fiery alchemists to noble paladins. The world of dungeons and dragons is as versatile as the players who bring it to life, alot of my work so far has involved breathing life into characters people have taken time to craft and mold, characters which have evolved with each story into complex beings or characters fresh to the table. I want to capture what you want from your character and portray them in a way that the you the player can be proud of.

Now I’ve only been playing D&D for maybe two years now? My very first campaign was the AL Curse of Strahd and I still have super fond memories of that first scenario in the Death House. But the people I’ve met through adventures league at Fan Boy 3 -If you live in the Manchester area I strongly advise checking it out- and the stories to come from those adventures have had a really possitive impact on me personally. I’ve made some great friends who are absolutely amazing people and I’ve played in some fantastic stories, to say it’s been a pleasure would be doing it an injustice really. It has helped me overcome alot of my social issues, I mean I can talk to strangers now which two years ago you wouldn’t see me doing and I know for a lot of people it’s a fantastic way to express themselves or build confidence and seeing that come through is a wonderful thing to experience. But to cut this little story short, dungeons and dragons has become a lovable little hobby (ok maybe obsession)  of mine, so being able to draw peoples characters for campaigns is an absolute pleasure.

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Kid Evil – A procrastinators journey through creating a Web Comic.

Ah, Kid Evil. My end of year University project. I remember you well. I wont lie, I absolutely adore the concept I came up with behind this series. A kid born into a super power family but subsequently has no powers, with his family away fighting crime all the time Kid turns to the role of the villain in an attempt to beat his parents into early retirement. It’s by no means original, it’s not especially flashy but I believe it has enough promise to become something tangable. So that’s what I’m going to achieve. (hopefully)

Kid Evil is at its heart an almost parody of super hero comics, you have super villains with super cheesy names and heroes in spandex. But what you’ll see it focus on is how Kids homelife has effected his outlook on things, how he feels almost as if he doesn’t fit in at home due to how different he is from the rest of his family. You’ll see his love for his family and his love for his friends. Tabby and Jack are Kids rock throughout the series, they all have their own problems and support each other through them. This probably stems alot from my own experiences growing up, I couldn’t really look to my parents for help or I just out right didn’t want to but it was my friends whom I confided in or looked to just for a nice distraction who definately got me through my highschool years.

This Blog is to record Kid Evil’s progress from start to end and hopefully keep me on track and not side line it like so many other personal projects of mine. It already has a facebook page you can follow. Hopefully we can all enjoy the finished result eh?

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