I finally got around to taking pictures of my art for the “Gallery” section of my webpage. Here are some of my favorites.
Yep, I’ve earned the title the Fashionable … sigh … I hate to be so typical, but a the same time, I can’t help myself. It’s important that my character look cool. Anyhow, here she is:
I finally managed to get a hat tonight. I won some legendary bracers for my Sword Master too. They alone provide 216 armor. I was positively giddy over these bracers. Anyhow, my Sword Master is dressed in all white with gold, pink, and blue accents. She looks shiny and regal like a sword wielding princess — so pretty!. I’ve made a nice tank to guard my husband’s squishy fire mage (kinda reminds of the battle concept behind “Shizuka” from “Angelic Layer” — lots of armor and lots of strength). It’s quite a contrast to my Witch Hunter. My witch hunter looks like a stylish pilgrim. I wonder if there’s some black dye out there. I would love to clad my witch hunter in all black or maybe black and red or orange. I’ve been concentrating on strength and ballistics for her. What’s funny to me is the way I’ve built my characters and clad them are all different reflections of my personality. For the most part I like melee battle, but I like to be able to stand back from the battle and plink away with my gun or ax when I’m too injured to be in the middle of the fray. I’ve never been good as a supporting character like a healer. My husband laughs because I always end up making characters with so much strength they chunk other characters in battle. I haven’t seen any chunkage yet in Warhammer, but I will be aiming for that result.