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After a number of years (seven, apparently)—and thanks to an ideal subject prompt requested from Grackleflint—I finally got around to doing the sixth letter of the monster alphabet. #watercolor

Not great, maybe, but … I've been away.

F is for Flumph
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A new #watercolor for a new year. Forests have been on my mind a lot this year. (I’m considering scenarios which hinge on the issue of a civilization which destroys forests is likely doomed—like in the real world.)

Forest Encounter watercolor
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This #watercolor entry, released 7th of November, 2011, abandons the notion of using toys as models. I don't think I even penciled it, and I think it shows (though there was a prior pencil sketch attempted). I still think it's cute, though.

So for D is for Displacer Beast, I had a little assistance from Mickelson, B., “Ecology of the Displacer Beast”, Dragon Magazine #109, TSR, 1986.

D is for Displacer Beast watercolor
Displacer Beast pencil sketch
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Third of that short-lived, incomplete series once attempted (back in 3 November 2011, a late entry) of Monster Manual monsters in #watercolor: monsters of the alphabet. It's the carrion crawler, present in nigh every edition and iteration of the game.

Like the previous entry, this was also based on a #toy, this time something officially licensed: LJN Toys' bendable rubber critter.

C is for Carrion Crawler
LJN Toys' Carrion Crawler
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Second of that short-lived, incomplete series once attempted (back in 24 October 2011, this time) of Monster Manual monsters in #watercolor: monsters of the alphabet. This is the #bulette (pronounced boo'lay).

B is for Bulette
Photo of a bulette D&D chinasaur
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Part of a short-lived (and incomplete) series I once attempted (back in 20 October 2011) of Monster Manual monsters in #watercolor: monsters of the alphabet. This is the larval form of the #Anhkheg from the 1977 book.

A is for Anhkheg watercolor
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