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The Plant Monster (I’m dyslexic so I’m not even gonna attempt to spell the other name.) is vaguely humanoid but is clear made of branches, pieces of wood, vines, dirt, leaves, and roots. I looked at pictures of Groot and swampthing for inspiration. I tried to make it clear he isn’t just a guy covered in vines. So while the limbs do bend I tried not to have them line up and bend in exactly the same place on each side. He is described as having branches make horns/antlers. He’s also see through in a few places so I made sure that vines and branches weren’t very neat and poked in a few places.
So this technically isn’t Tigress’s first appearance but it is the first time we get her name. Her store employee disguise is pretty straight forward. She’s supposed to be completely average, wearing jeans, a t-shirt, and a smock. Her appearance gets interesting when she reveals herself in full ghoul look. Her face is has an enlongated jaw full of fangs. Description of her face are a mix of hyena, baboon, and human. Her shoulders hunch up and her forearms get longer. Her clothing stretches but doesn’t rip. However, given how long her finger talons end up I figured the feet had to bust through whatever shoes she was wearing.
Elf lord Talos is described as tall and thin and handsome. So I tried to give him a willowy build. He’s got shoulder length hair, that I thought turning in slightly would give would make it more reminiscent of fairytales. That sort of genertically old fashion look is something I also kept in mind with his loose shirt and well fitting pants.
Korrick the centaur is big and brawny. He’s got a clydesdale as his horse half. So to mimic that in a his human half I tried to make him stockier. I also thought the chest hair would suit someone who is half animal and has a full beard like him. The chest hair also makes for a nicer transition to his horse body. I also tried to angle his nostrils to be vaguely similar to a horse.
Sorcery 101 page 1233 is up. While putting the PDF together for the omnibus I realized a page was missing, so even though I said 1231 was the last page, I didn’t skip one. I’m fixing the page numbers on the rest of the archive now.
The Summer Lady Aurora is described as 5 foot nothing and hundred nothing. So she’s tiny and thin. But the thin part would mostly be covered by her baggy overalls covered in clay. Since she’s tiny she’d probably have to roll them up. I tried to make her look young so someone would easily think she is the same age as Maeve. So she has big eyes and a round face. Her hair being pulled into a lose braid that still shows it puffing out around her face helps reinforce a rounder feel.