A commission I drew of a historically accurate Crusader version of Solaire of Astora from Dark Souls II. In hindsight, I probably should have made the crossguard on the sword straight instead of curved, but oh well.
Great to hear from you, Dagoth! Thanks for dropping by to share your art - I always enjoy seeing it. I especially like your moody landscapes and strange characters. Love the Adobe designs too. Though, it seems one of the images didn't load properly for some reason - the unused one where you mentioned Worms...
Yo Justin, what's the latest status on Saber's Edge? And what about the possible future continuation of Warbringer?
Saber's Edge is in progress again now, after a period of low inspiration and discouragement. That's all I can say for the moment. If I hit a major milestone, I'll post about it on my Patreon first and here later. But hey, I'm writing it again - that's something!
As for Warbringer, no, it's probably dead.
Is "Omolgeth" and "Omolgvum" Mahlok or Mahlo-Slashrim? If it's the former, is it then Old Mahlok or more modern Mahlok?
They are Mahlok. Old Mahlok. The Slashrim did not have space travel, and very limited astronomy, and so did not name planets.
Mahlo-Slashrim is a mixed language created by the Mahlok in order to communicate with the Slashrim and unite them under the Helexith banner. It contains many Mahlok words and some Slashrim words - mostly the common ones that were in use across the many warring Slashrim tribes. It uses the Mahlok alphabet since the Slashrim had no written language.
Wow, they're bumping up the price? Huh. I guess I can't complain much when I charge $20 per 'fig.
At least it's not more lame superheroes or something. I definitely have to get a Viking or two. Probably the pirate girl and knight too. Not sure about the rest. Maybe the ones with hait/hair combos since I'm obsessed with those for some reason.