Thanks to my Patreon supporters, Nicholas Randall and Jared Buniel!
Thanks as always to my Patreon supporters, Nicholas Randall and Jared Buniel!
Sorry I missed last week. Life’s been hectic. I’d like to make more time to work on the comic, but I have to stay on top of my other work too. You can help me out by pledging to my Patreon! I lost a few backers in recent months, so any support is appreciated. And thanks to my current supporters, Nicholas Randall and Jared Buniel!
Also, my brother and sister and I are working on a crazy card game and could use your help to print it – Please check out our Indiegogo campaign here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/angry-bobeyo-an-insane-party-card-game
And, we’re back! I’m trying actual, physical inking this time, instead of digital. Can you tell the difference? It sure is more enjoyable to draw!
Thanks always to my Patreon supporters: Nicholas Randall, Jared Buniel, and Thomas Terrazas!
This is fan art of a character from The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. I drew it for CD Projekt’s Gwent Art Contest. I love Gwent, the Witcher card game, almost as much as the actual Witcher trilogy. Well, okay, maybe not that much, but I do play it all the time. I doubt I stand a chance in the contest, since my sub-par digital painting skills pale in comparison to the amazing art of Gwent, but I figured it would be fun to try anyway.
Scoia’tael is my favorite faction in Gwent, so I thought I’d draw an elf character. You meet Vernossiel in The Witcher 3 during the quest “Contract: Woodland Beast”, in which the Redanian army hires you to kill whatever monster has been attacking their supply caravans. Turns out it wasn’t a monster at all, but a group of rebel elves led by Vernossiel. You can either fight them, leave them alone but tell the Redanians about them (in which case Vernossiel later attacks you for your betrayal), or wash your hands of the whole business and tell the Redanians you found nothing. I always take the last option, since a good Witcher should remain neutral in the wars of men and elves. Also because Vernossiel is pretty. Wish I could have done her more justice with my art, but the deadline sneaked up on me, and I ran out of time to tweak the picture. Oh well.
I admit there’s one thing I resent about this character though: Her brief inclusion in The Witcher 3 was a replacement for one of the coolest Witcher 2 characters, the murderous elf commando leader Iorveth. He was supposed to play a major role in Witcher 3, at least as big as the role his enemy Roche played, but CD Projekt was pressed for time and wrote him out of the game. So, the quest that would have introduced Iorveth becomes a minor contract involving Vernossiel instead. A tragedy, if you ask me.
Anyway, I’ll let you guys know when the fan voting stage of the Gwent contest is open, so hopefully you can toss me a few votes! Keep an eye out!
And so ends Chapter 5!
Even though I’ve already begun work on the art for chapter 6, I think I will allow the webcomic a short break between chapters, as I spend time working on some other art projects on my backburner. I’ll be back soon, perhaps with good news! As always, you can keep up with the news by following Saber-Scorpion’s Lair and/or Wulfgard on social media. The links for Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, etc., are located at the top of the Wulfgard site and at the bottom of Saber-Scorpion’s Lair.
Thanks to all my continued readers, and of course, thanks as always to my Patreon supporters: Nicholas Randall, Jared Buniel, and Thomas Terrazas!