Nobu, Drow of Tsan

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Kathleen Saracen

This is a portrait of my ex's character on the MUD New Moon. He's a drow from the eastern country of Tsan. He's also a nasty fellow who follows the darker paths of magic. I like this picture. The hands don't look incredible, but they're obviously hands, which is very important. Thoughts?


Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy



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