Snow recoiled from him, eyes wide with terror. It wasn't so much his shouting that had her worried: he was right about how close it had been, and justifiably (though excessively) upset. It was the fact that his eyes were literally glowing...
Wonder why he's so angry...
Another actual preview, since I haven't had much time to write while preparing for my vacation. Since I don't work double tomorrow, I have a hunch I'll be taking some time to get the recap written before game on Friday, which means a quote for this and an appropriate link.
A few notes: yes, his eyes are
glowing. Got permission from the DM for the subtle indicator that Alistair has more to him than just a siren's tongue, even though my character doesn't know that (he has no idea his eyes are glowing either). Almost no postwork; I had to fix a seam and some artifacts on Snow which, no matter how I adjust the shutter, ISO, etc. in LuxRender, just wouldn't go away. Other than that, this is a straight DAZ|Studio > Reality > LuxRender image.
Background and some lighting pulled from this stock by
Echoes - Episode 10: Easier To Run
Episode 10: Easier To Run
After everyone had had some mending, the group moved onward again. Guy still took the lead, despite being stuck as a cheetah, and Snow was right behind him, albeit supported by Alistair. It was a peculiar situation for the wizard, letting the man she knew was potentially dangerous help her, but she had little choice: there was no way she was letting Parker give her a hand after he was the reason she needed one, and she didn't want to give Artemis the satisfaction of her needing his help. And Guy was a cheetah. That only left Alistair, and as apprehensive as she was about him, she at least had to admit he was very pa