The first Chickenfox Chair, maybe one of many? Just an old paint-splattered chair and trying out some media I’m not good at (spray paint)
(Protip: If you use clear sealant paint at the end, it will blur your sharpie and acrylic and made the chrome paint not as glossy)
Quick comic book doodle I did right before the Brian Posehn show. I miss doing comic book Chickenfoxes!
Chickenfox-ed D&D characters from the awesome “Nerd Poker – Dungeons & Dragons with Brian Posehn & Friends” podcast.
El Ryan – High Elf Shaman (deceased) played by Gerry Duggan
Mildred Maxxton – Dwarf Figher played by Sarah Guzzardo
Sir Richard of Glinishmore – Human Paladin played by Gerry Duggan
Damien Wormwood Darkenmyre – Human Priest of Judas (haha) played by Brian Posehn
Bartho Shett Boral – Dragonborn Fighter played by Ken Daly
Blackee Green – Half-Elf Warlock played by Blaine Capatch
Amarth Amon – Goliath Barbarian (deceased) played by Brian Posehn
Dungeon Master – Sark
I gave the art and some stickers to Brian Posehn after a show in Seattle on Saturday, and the gang opened the envelope on this week’s Episode 90: Smell the Weird Rope. So if you’ve wandered over here after listening to Nerd Poker, welcome! I hope the Chickenfoxes are metal enough for you.
Chickenfoxes, though good at skating on ice with their bare feet, have a hard time getting enough traction to push the heavier Curling stones.
Making a mistake in Nordic Combined can be especially disastrous and embarrassing.
Since Chickenfoxes enjoy skiing (it’s a great way for them to travel on snow) they find special pride in showing off their maneuvering abilities.
After years of trying to play with Hockey sticks and leg and nose attachments, Chickenfoxes finally decided to tape up their tails and use them in this competitive team sport. Smacking the puck around with their tails has actually proved much more accurate than any of their previous attempts.
Chickenfoxes, due to their flocking abilities, are good at the teamwork required for Bobsleigh. After the initial frantic scramble to jump into their sleigh, they work in unison to the control and steer the projectile.