Spice up your Dungeons & Dragons campaign with these 5 gorgeous portraits, dying to be molded by you into your own characters!
Number 5 –
Burn Out – By Yan Shu
This beautiful illustration is filled with vigor and femininity. Yet there is a smug sensation emanating from the piece.
Number 4 –
Female Gladiator – By Giby Joseph
This surprisingly elegant female gladiator is just too gorgeous and fierce to be left alone. She would make a very intense character given the opportunity.
Number 3 –
Undead Knight – By Yong Hui Ng
The quintessential fallen paladin, this art exhales power, morbid power that is.
Number 2 –
Step Aside – By Al Jerek Torrijas
Unique is the only way to describe this character by Al Jerek. Many interesting characters could be derived from this portrait.
Number 1 –
Warlock Cataclysm – By Ursula Dorada
The duality of the evil-like horns and spells yet the beautiful, delicate yet “in control” apperance of this warlock is just too much! It makes me want to roll up a warlock of my own and enjoy a really long session of D&D. This is the power of character portrait, unleashed!