Marilith by cryptoflopsy
Zack: cryptoflopsy's image of a Marilith isn't funny, but it's great and it nails that late 2nd Edition D&D art feel.Steve: I could totally see this being a full-page piece of art in a book.
Zack: I give serious props to cryptoflopsy on managing to capture butt cleavage and a sideboob on the same figure. Nice work, man.Steve: He also did this rad picture of like a sexy bark-skinned tree woman. I think it's supposed to be a treeant. Environmentalists would probably have way more success if trees looked like this.
Zack: Also if trees fought back and crushed people to death and had spells.
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