Comic artist, author and illustrator Jason Thompson currently runs a Monday night gaming group in San Francisco. His works include the Eisner-nominated Manga: The Complete Guide, King of RPGs, H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, and the tabletop game Mangaka: The Fast & Furious Game of Drawing Comics. His favorite things to draw are landscapes, plants, reptiles and amphibians.
Dungeons & Doodles
Our latest Dungeons & Doodles episode has now aired! This time, Stan!, Magic: the Gathering’s Matt Cavotta, and special guest star Dani Hartel joined this Dragon+ livestream. The questions we asked them to draw?
- MORDENKAINEN’S REJECTS: The archmage Mordenkainen was very discerning when picking creatures to go into his Tome of Foes, and he doesn’t suffer fools gladly. Can you draw a completely unworthy creature that ol’ Mordie would just laugh out of contention?
- BLACKSMITH FASHION WEEK: Armorers and master smiths are always experimenting with new raw materials in order to create ever more effective armor. But not every experiment produces winning results…
- MONSTER MAKE-OVER: There have been a lot of cool monsters invented for D&D over the years, but let’s face it… there have been some pretty ridiculous ones, too. Let’s see if you can give a make-over to one and turn it into something cool (or at least less cringe-worthy).
- HARD TO FIND HAGS: Hags are one of the most adaptable monsters in D&D. Whatever terrain or location adventurers go to, there always seem to be a particular type of hag adapted just to that environment. Of course, that means there must be some pretty niche hags out there!
And, their finished pieces—enjoy!