Don’t cry, mercy There’s too much pain to come ********
I haven’t drawn my weezard OC in a long while, so I found some old sketch of him and scratched the itch. Don’t ask me what he’s casting, but it looks like he’s about to mess somebody up. ;D Roll for fireball damage wheeeeee
Also this is watermarked to doomsday and back, because I suspect it’s just “generic wizard” enough that someone might steal it for nefarious purposes. There’s an unwatermarked version on my Patreon, though.
Hey everybody! If you’ve been paying any attention to the blog portion of my site, you’d see I’m always posting up artworks I’ve done for my highest tier patrons, the $10 guys.
Well, this month I’ve decided to change things up, and the $10 tier reward won’t be an art reward anymore. The guys on the tier have already got their due rewards for April so no worries there, they’ve been notified and can change their membership anytime this month if they’re not on board with the new rewards.
So, what are the new rewards? I’m switching over to “exclusive content,” meaning there’s stuff going up on Patreon that’s not getting posted anywhere else. Illustrations, concept art sketches, short stories, just about anything I’ve kept under my hat all these years when it comes to the development of the Warband world setting, and script writing. There’s plenty of these to go around, I’ve currently got $10 tier rewards queued up to go online every Wednesday all the way till August. xD If you decide to join the top tier you’ll get your money’s worth, I’m making sure of it!
The biggest feather in my cap is that, as part of the $10 tier, you’ll also get access to my D&D materials that I’m making based on the adventure that the Warband characters are going on. The “Arcane Door” multi-tiered trapped door is already online, and then I’ve got plans for maps and other traps that show up in the Warlock’s Tower. I know I’d previously offered up my D&D materials for the $5 tier, but nobody’s on that tier yet and I feel pretty good about boosting it up to the $10 tier because I’m putting a whole lot of effort into these materials.
On that note, I would also like to mention something that a friend told me recently. They told me that Patreon is not a storefront; it’s a tip jar for showing appreciation to the artists that you love. I can get behind that idea, but I really feel like I’m making it worth the while of anybody who’d like to subscribe.