D&D General One Piece of Art- What D&D Art Inspired You to Love a Class?


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Snarf Zagyg

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Oh no, Max broke the rules! What horrible fate will befall our hero?!

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Laurefindel

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Here is Tarsheva Longreach by di’Terlizzi, a planescape character described as a fighter.

I like di’Terlizzi’s art and was quite into the planes-punk aesthetics back then, even if this one is rather tame. And while I didn’t want to play her specifically, I wanted to play what she represents: a fighter using her head, smart, posed, experienced, lightly armoured, potentially female and if so, not so oversexualized or bad-babe-with-big-boobs (which di’Terlizzi was capable of drawing too). Seems obvious now but at the time, that was kind of a revelation for young-adult me.
 

James Gasik

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Here is Tarsheva Longreach by di’Terlizzi, a planescape character described as a fighter.

I like di’Terlizzi’s art and was quite into the planes-punk aesthetics back then, even if this one is rather tame. And while I didn’t want to play her specifically, I wanted to play what she represents: a fighter using her head, smart, posed, experienced, lightly armoured, potentially female and if so, not so oversexualized or bad-babe-with-big-boobs (which di’Terlizzi was capable of drawing too). Seems obvious now but at the time, that was kind of a revelation for young-adult me.
I love di'Terlizzi's style, and I can't see it without immediately thinking of Planescape or Changeling: The Dreaming.
 


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Here is Tarsheva Longreach by di’Terlizzi, a planescape character described as a fighter.

I like di’Terlizzi’s art and was quite into the planes-punk aesthetics back then, even if this one is rather tame. And while I didn’t want to play her specifically, I wanted to play what she represents: a fighter using her head, smart, posed, experienced, lightly armoured, potentially female and if so, not so oversexualized or bad-babe-with-big-boobs (which di’Terlizzi was capable of drawing too). Seems obvious now but at the time, that was kind of a revelation for young-adult me.
diTerlizzi is my favorite dnd artist, though yeah sometimes it’s almost like he would forget to draw pants on his female characters…
 




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