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Tag Archives: Young Adult Fiction
“You enter a ten foot by ten foot room. It appears unoccupied. The walls and floor are of constructed of large set stone. What do you do?” How many adventures reach this moment? The Dungeon Mistress is prepared to begin your … Continue reading
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Anella – Kobold Engineer
As engineer aboard the Airship Sparrow Anella is a no nonsense Kobold who is both smart and feisty.
Brinder Calum – Shadowine Bounty Hunter
Alvos Grandmaster Assassin
Alvos is one of the characters who shows up in my first three novels. A brief appearance as “Alvonis” in The Lucky Cricket. A somewhat larger slice of importance as Alvos Assassin in Training in Thomas the Poisoner. Finally she … Continue reading
Learning to use Daz 3D’s Iradium
The people at Daz 3D are implementing Nvidia’s Iray solution into their new beta version of Daz Studio. It’s a powerful and fun Nvidia GPU based rendering system.
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I was talking recently with Gary Vincent of Burning Bulb Publishing, and he’s done a comic based on one of his short stories in his bizarro anthology Westward Hoes. As a result of our discussion and Gary’s unfortunate circumstance of booking … Continue reading
Rendalk Flügg – Evil Necromancer
One of my frequent reoccurring villain characters Rendalk Flügg finally gets to make an appearance. He’s an unrepentantly nasty necromancer among other bad habits and traits. Vampires generally tend to prefer to stake themselves rather than suffer through his displeasure. His only … Continue reading
Bridge Battle in Sepia Tone
A new day brings a bought of fog, and an angry Viking called Bjorn demanding a toll for crossing his bridge. Mica Lichan doesn’t feel that fighting is an inadequate means of payment.
New Gallery Section of the site.
I’ve decided to put up a “Rogues Gallery“ of images for some of my fictional characters. The link is here. I have also put up some new images in my special “Balinac“ page. A couple of samples are below.