Ryoko Kui mini artbook about clothes, food and dungeon meshi.
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I like this as the next anon, but I can' really get around how elves are supposed to look like (versus humans) in 3D form.
Bigger eyes and shorter (but wider) faces. Can't see that in my head.
I don't know about the actual statistics and there're definitely long faces floating around, but at the risk of triggering /pol/, I have to say that I often think of white people as potato people.
Asians who grow up in Asian heavy communities tend to be racist as fuck, but they just raise a lot less of a stink over it than most race communities. We think of Jews and Germans as the same thing the way white people think of Chinese and Koreans.
That's cool, Asians kind of look like goblins, or sometimes children. I'm always a little taken aback when I meet an Asian, have to process the face really fast. Wasn't raised around many blacks either but I don't have the same problem with them.
I didn't play TTRPGs growing up, the closest I got was playing ADoM in the old versions without monster lookup. Kobolds were green k's that would make you sick if you ate them and hung around low-level dungeons, and also a word on a Stasheff novel I never read. Dogbolds and lizbolds are both weird to me because they don't look like a k.
That skeezy looking blonde halfling's in the scrub party. Don't think the freckly one's showed up before.
Marcille is less dumb and more completely out of her element. She wold be at her most comfortable in wizard tower, studying dark magics and unleashing zombie plagues out of sheer boredom.
She wasn't ready for Laius and Senshi's culinary adventure.
So looking at daydream hour 1 I found this character that kinda sorta looks like Chilchack
Well, to be fair we've never seen any male elf so far, so we don't know what counts as masculine/feminine for them
..also, the male dryad in the last chapter looks kinda feminine so there's that
>He's a halfling?
It's written in the artbook anon >>51789083
>Where did you get that from?
Dunno i'm asking a question. His ears are similar to elves and the rest of his body looks human, not sturdy enough for a dwarf and not jew enough for a gnome.
In D&D and thigns derived from D&D, the core races are:
Halflings are called that because a hobbit in lord of the rings is called "halfling" as an insult - it refers to them being short - and because the Tolkein license holders sue the fuck out of anyone using the term "hobbit"... but halflings are hobbits.
Dungeon Meshi further has shown that Kobolds (dog people in this case) and Gnomes are common races in dungeon meshi.
Gnomes are the ones who look like miss piggy, that high as fuck child and those two old fucks in the bottom most row on the left hand side of >>51789152, above them is a row of three halflings, above which are three dwarves. Everyone on the right hand side of the picture is human, top most row on the left side is elves.
Looks like most of the unfamiliar faces were extras. Alfred E. Neuman, the barbarian lady, and the other fighter are the only ones that haven't shown up yet.
That dude was a gnome i think. He does have pointy ears, but they're still pretty rounded and were pointing up. Also they're positioned pretty high up on his face (elves are pointing rather sideways and are positioned mostly inline with the eyes, just like humans)
Freckles halfling and the other fighter was this i think..
Where does Marcille's mom show up though? I think i missed it
Good catch. He's not nearly as smooth when he's getting stabbed, is he?
Corpse hunter's ears were really gnomey but there's a scene where he's only half a head shorter than his human. Maybe he's a very tall gnome with a short human friend.
Marcille's mom shows up in the early chapters when she has a nightmare about eating monsters.
Sureau means elder (sambucus) in french.
Strange for a samurai to have a french name.
As a rule, squeakers are cute as fuck.
I'm surprised they are pictured as pigs instead of boars, tho.
If orc babies looked like that, a well-known conundrum would disappear.
She was fine with adventuring, and it seems like they were one of the best parties.
Did they even find their old stuff? I looked through the old chapters but it doesn't seem like they did. Maybe they'll pass through the old battle area soon.
Anon, pls. I'm already dead inside. But whenever someone on /tg/ posts a Dungeon Meshi chapter or has some of Ryoko Kui's artwork posted on /tg/, a spark of humanity gutters to life once more.
Semi-related, do we know how the author looks like?
Might be the language barrier, but I find pics of mangakas excessively difficult to find compared to their american or european counterparts. Don't they go to manga-cons and libraries?
>Might be the language barrier, but I find pics of mangakas excessively difficult to find compared to their american or european counterparts. Don't they go to manga-cons and libraries?
They do but most of the time they don't want to see any pictures of them on the internet so they ask you to not take pictures. It's pretty common to see a "pictures not allowed" sign next to a booth at comiket and others cons. Last year Hamashima Shigeo, a famous chara-designer, went to the US for a con and camera were not allowed. Some anons posted that she was pretty cute though.
An anon, was it in the /a/ thread? Got something signed by her. I think he said she was pretty cute, can't recall.
She says she isn't fashionable so she's probably dressed really well.
>you will never subtly nudge Ryoko Kui into collaboration with Kaoru Mori where they can discover just how much they have in common as both authors and women
Is that only for the female ones, or are mangaka of both sex using that policy?
Is it so they aren't harassed by autistic otakus or is there another reason?
First book of Dungeon Meshi is gonna be published in France under the title "Gluttons and Dragons" on may 17. It's a decently clever title, and casterman usually makes good translations.
English translation on may 23 by Yen Press, dunno about other countries.
Both sex. Pretty sure it's because they don't want to be harassed like you said or just because they are not confident enough to show their faces to the whole world.
>First book of Dungeon Meshi is gonna be published in France under the title "Gluttons and Dragons" on may 17. It's a decently clever title, and casterman usually makes good translations.
>Is that only for the female ones, or are mangaka of both sex using that policy?
It differs from mangaka to mangaka - for the longest time Masamune Shirow's sex wasn't even known because he worked outside tokyo and rarely gave interviews let alone made public appearance.