D&D Character Portraits
Posted 3 weeks ago and submitted by Stephanie Brown | Share link: http://illo.cc/76852





Lately, I’ve been doing a lot more character portraits of playable characters for Dungeons & Dragons, which I’ve been having a blast doing. There are so many diverse characters to bring to life and it’s both fun and challenging to tackle each one and bring out their unique traits. These are some of the most recent ones: a female gnome wizard, a human cleric of Ioun, goddess of knowledge, another older gnome wizard/illusionist, a water Genasi bard, and a Zariel tiefling paladin.



Stephanie Brown
Illustrator
Ontario, USA
                               
www.offbeatworlds.com…

I like to tell stories with my art. With a big influence from movies, my illustrations put a heavy influence on character, atmosphere, and lighting. Because of this, some have refe… Show more.

Message Stephanie
Profile updated 29th July, 2018
Member since 22nd September, 2016
Awards
Talks Machina "Fan Art of the Week", MCAD's 2006 Visual Scholarship
Clients
Fantasy Flight Games, MIT, Great Northern Games, Blue Pulse Studios, Eric D. Howell (film dir.), Spain Willingham (film dir.), Pelgrane Press, Growling Door Games, Many Sided Dice,…
Testimonial
"Stephanie did a wonderful job. I approached her with character ideas for a book that I had written, and she was excited to take on the project. Communicating with her was easy and quick. She responded promptly and in a timely fashion and answered all my questions. The work is great, high caliber work. She made adjustments when needed. Having illustrations done was probably the easiest part of my book marketing process thanks to Stephanie! I will definitely use her in the future."
— E. Paige Burks, author, Book Illustration