The critter version of r/characterdrawing.
A subreddit for fans of role playing games or speculative evolution to request their creatures be drawn, and for artists who want to draw creatures or encounters from popular role playing games. This is purely pro bono work (aka it's unpaid!) so do not ask for payment.
The subreddit wiki is currently under construction. Please message the moderators if you have questions.
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All posts must be of beasts/critters/creatures.
The creature(s) should be the focus of the image. If the creature is a playable race, please take it to r/characterdrawing. Subject to mod interpretation.
All post titles must start with the correct tag.
[LFA] for requests.
[RF] for art in response to a request.
[OC] for artist's original content.
[META] for posts that do not fit the other tags. Note all [META] posts are subject to moderator approval before posting.
All posts must be flaired properly.
Posts will automatically flair. You do not need to select a flair when making a post. "Request" for [LFA]s. "Request Fulfilled" for [RF]s. "Original Content" for [OC]. "META" for [META].
No begging for free art.
Do not PM/comment on a post to ask artists to draw your request for you. Make an [LFA].
No soliciting for payment.
Commission advertisement is limited to comments and the user flair.
If you are looking to advertise commissions, please use the "I take commissions" user flair.
Mentioning commissions are open/available in a comment on an [RF] or [OC] post is allowed. Advertisements in titles will result in removal of the post.
Thank your artist(s).
If an artist fulfills your request, thank them properly for taking the time to do so. Just saying "thanks" or "looks good" or "ty" is not considered proper.
Other places of note:
Drawing Request Subreddits
Art Resource Subreddits
This subreddit now supports spoiler tags! The syntax is:
[Your text here](/spoiler).
As the title says, I'm working on a setting that I may or may not publish (still deciding). In my world there are a species of deerfolk I could use help drawing. "The Drifters are a unique species: They have the bodies of Sika deer with the heads of gnomes or elves, as well 3 sets of very muscular arms that grow from their backs. Only the males have antlers" I could use art for a warrior (back 2 sets of arms holding shields, front set holding a polearm) and a druid (growing moss and vines from antlers, holding a variety of staves and vine-whips).
Edit: dagnabit, I misspelled the title
Mr Moat is a small river spirit! It's a homebrew creature from my D&D game.
Mr Moat guards the college campus of a Mage Academy
A traveling fruit fly beast with a mysterious burden. What’s in the bag?
Old Desert by Douglas Draco (tradicional/digital)
Race/Species: rook wyvern Height: about 4 m or 13 ft Weight: 400 kg about 881.8 lbs Length: about 10 m or 32.8 ft
Appearance description(Ref): Mostly covered in a sleek coat of black feathers with green, blue and purple sheen. Feathers around head, neck and chest are a bit longer and make them look a bit larger. Feathering around the legs appear more shaggy. The wings are batlike with greyish black scales on the "fingers" just as on his lower legs and toes. Tail and neck are quite long and the tail has a fan of flight feathers form half way down to the tip. Head is covered with feathers but the snout is naked and covered in white/gray scales. The tip is pointy and covered in black keratin. Has teeth perfect for scavenging and hunting