Ominous Shadows of Profitability – A Plug for the Mistress of Otherskies

Ahoy there, folks. Real post up in a day or two (am I not terrible? I could lie and tell you I have been too busy to post, but really I am just a slacker).

In the meantime, I wish to draw your attention to the fact that Tenny’s journals are hosted on the servers of my good friend Kim Sokol, who is a freelance illustrator, and responsible for the handsome portrait of Our Protagonist you see at the top of the screen. Here is another one:


Goodness me, that was almost like foreshadowing. Tenny cannot claim to be a true travel writer, after all, if he doesn’t tell you where to get the tastiest and least-stabby tapas in Darnassus. So we’ll see how that goes.

Kim has always welcomed commissions of characters, be they D&D, WoW, or any other form of nerdery that lies close to your heart. Or other organs for that matter!

Please take a moment to visit her site, the commissions page of which can be found here: Thank you very kindly.

Also, here is a flattering portrait of Tenthunders’ unlikely stalker. Much to his dread, it is doubtful you have seen the last of her in these pages…


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2 Responses to “Ominous Shadows of Profitability – A Plug for the Mistress of Otherskies”

  1. Anea Says:

    Thanks for sharing that link! I’m a sucker for WoW art – I’ll have to see if it’s in the budget.

    That’s some awesome dorf art – I think badass would apply here?

  2. Tenthunders Says:

    She looks like a horrible, horrible, person. I think this is the sign of a competent artist, to be able to capture that terribleness in a relatively fast painting.

    Seriously, if you see this dwarf, for goodness sake stay away from her.

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