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Hello, new visitor! If this is your first time here, you’re probably looking for my comic about dating trans men: Orientation Police.  If you like that, you might also like my gay romance comics.

You can also check out  my bar reviews (“Bar Scrawl“) my journal comic (“The Amazing Adventures of Bill” – the first 400 strips are on this site) and my D&D comics. Thanks for stopping by!

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You know nothing of my work!

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Epilogue:

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I love Hammerhead

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Locust Moon 2014

Two incidents from the Locust Moon Comics Festival back in October. I drew them at the time, but just finished inking them this week because I am terrible.

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(The dad came back and bought “A to Z in the Monstrous Manual” instead).

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Welcome to 2015!

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D&D minis: Undead

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For Halloween I’ve posted some horrible undead creatures for your D&D game. Take a closer look at the abominations here:

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That’s a Skeleton Warrior, a Flameskull, a Lich, a goblin skeleton, two zombies, a dracolich, and a zombie ogre.

You can download and print out a PDF of these skeletons and zombies here:

Undead printable minis

Just cut them out along the thick lines, fold along the thin lines, and tape the bottoms together. It works best if you print on cardstock, and if you tape a penny to the inside to keep them from blowing over.

You can see all my previous minis by clicking here.

If you think these are useful and you’d like to donate a dollar or two, that would be very cool!


Commissions: If you’d like me to draw a mini of your character, send an email with a description to comics at billroundy dot com! It’ll cost $10, or I’ll draw a party of 5 characters for $40.

 

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I used to have it all to myself!

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That’s the Croxley Abbey detailed earlier.

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They’re obviously doing it just to spite me

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(actual answer: life drawing is about realism; cartooning is about simplification)

Here are 2 of my drawing from that night:

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Except all the beer

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D&D minis: Cult of the Dragon

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I’ve drawn a bunch of miniatures of Dragon Cultists. They’re based on the bad guys in the Hoard of the Dragon Queen adventure, but I’m sure you’ll be able to use them for whatever evil demon-worshippers you’ve got in your home campaign.

Here’s a closer look:

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You can download and print out a PDF of the cultists here:

Cult of the Dragon printable minis

Just cut them out along the thick lines, fold along the thin lines, and tape the bottoms together. It works best if you print on cardstock, and if you tape a penny to the inside to keep them from blowing over.

Previously:

Coming soon: Undead, and more PC options!

If you think these are useful and you’d like to donate a dollar or two, that would be very cool!


Commissions: If you’d like me to draw a mini of your character, send an email with a description to comics at billroundy dot com! It’ll cost $10, or I’ll draw a party of 5 characters for $40.

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D&D Minis: Modrons

I love modrons, so I made some paper miniatures so I could use them in my home game.

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That’s a monodrone, tridrone, quadrone, quadrone enforcer (4 quadrones combined), and Modron Hierarch (dodecodrone).

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(I did not include the duodrone because it is stupid.)

You can download and print out the minis here:

Modrons part 1 (PDF)

Modrons part 2 (PDF)

Because the Modron Hierarch has 12 faces (a feature I shamelessly ripped off from The Phantom Tollbooth), I made this chart to use during my game. At the start of the Modron Hierarch’s turn, roll a d12 to determine his personality:

  1. Happy
  2. Sad
  3. Angry
  4. Bored
  5. Disgusted
  6. Shy
  7. Stern
  8. Condescending
  9. Suspicious
  10. Frightened
  11. Surprised
  12. Drunk

Up next: some cultists and thugs you can use in Hoard of the Dragon Queen.

Check out previous minis: PCs, Kobolds, and Bullywugs.

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