Oleg Oprisco photography
Kiev-based artistic photographer Oleg Oprisco beside simple magic applies some surreal practices to his works. Some of you in Saint-Petersburg can have a chance to study magician photography from him later this month, follow him on Livejournal, Flickr or 500px
© All images courtesy of the artist
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Her little voice with her lil accent!!!!
She would never get in trouble.
Be still my heart
SLAAAAY TORONTO IM SO PROUD OF THIS
|Sensei:||Why do you want to learn Japanese?|
|Guy:||I'm tired of reading subtitles.|asking for a friend. would love to get input from non-prfm fans too!
watch it here.
Someone in a stream asked for this and I tripped over myself to draw it because self-indulgent alternate costumes are my lifeblood
(This character is from Cucumber Quest.)
dat practical armor
I love every aspect of this.
And I would play her in a heartbeat.
They’re really really trying with the new edition. The iconic fighter is also black, and this is the illustration for the “soldier” background:
and this is the new language about character gender:
So the language isn’t ideal but the content is really nice, A-minus for clearly well-intentioned effort. Also, the new iconic Paladin is a Half-Orc, if that means anything to you. I thought it was a nice touch.
Not to be outdone, the new splatbook for Pathfinder has an explicitly in-canon transgender character and a potion of permanent gender swap. Which, yes, totally enforces the binary gender notion but they’re making an effort. Also I should point out that Pathfinder has been pretty good about racial representation in their art all along,
On a broader level, I think tabletop RPG’s have been better about representation and rejecting racism and sexism than Fantasy-genre video games for a long time, but people mostly see images of Warcraft female armor and stuff like that, and so that’s what they associate with D&D too.