That's super helpful! I have been thinking about getting into MTG for a very long time now, but the cost keeps me away. I think I'll go with one of the online versions, however this is perfect if I want to play in real life without either of us having to buy a ton of packs.
There are a lot of games I could list, but one that really stands out at the moment is Monster Boy. As a child I played all the Wonder Boy games, so along with the game itself being incredibly good, being so strongly tied to my childhood makes it even better.
I also really love the original Diablo. I had some fun with the others, but the first one will always be my favourite.
I followed the first steps and made the artwork, but then I read the rest of the rules, and realized I need to guess first. It also says you can post if there hasn't been a new drawing for a few days, so I hope this is all right. If not, let me know and I will delete this post so Void Nothing can post one instead.
They look incredibly good to me. I think especially the Madoka Magica one. Maybe just because of the cell shading being used?
I used to do a lot of 3D and really wanted to make stuff like this, but unfortunately I was never good enough at it. It's nice to see someone achieving it though
Is it possible to take more photos of the trees? If so, more photos from different angles might help.
Hopefully there will be a talented artist who is willing to help, but at the same time I understand most artists need to charge reasonably for their work, especially with the effort they put in learning. Since a tattoo is something you can never easily change, I think it would be worth waiting until you can afford to pay an artist who you are happy with. If you can find one who will work super cheap or free though, and you are happy with the results, then that's great too
While there are a lot of good points, I especially like how vivid your colours are, and how realistic the clothing looks. I tried to learn to draw in the past, but I just couldn't understand properly where to put the lines and such in clothing to make it look right.