Stefani Rennee’s Illustration For Sheila From The Dungeons And Dragon Cartoon is Fantastic!

Image courtesy of Stefani Rennee's deviantART page.

Image courtesy of Stefani Rennee’s deviantART page.

The Dungeons and Dragons cartoon was certainly one of my favorite animated series back in my youth and to be honest I still enjoy it. Though I had played a little D and D before seeing the series it certainly helped to bring in other kids at school to give a shot at a Role-Playing game…even if that was just on the playground with very simple rock-paper-scissor rules.

So imagine my surprise when I came across this stunning illustration for Sheila, one of my favorite characters from the animated series. Make sure to visit Stefani Rennee’s deviantART page to see the illustration for Eric and other fantastic artwork!

It’s Saturday and that is always a good time to watch some classic 80s cartoons so why not join me as we watch one of my favorite D and D episodes entitled “The Hall of Bones”!

[Via] ichi3ruki3


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4 thoughts on “Stefani Rennee’s Illustration For Sheila From The Dungeons And Dragon Cartoon is Fantastic!

  1. Thanks VicSage! I’ll let her know.

    She likes a few classic cartoon characters and goes through phases with them from time to time. Right now, she’s into Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and is making art using those characters now.

  2. Love this post!! D&D was my all time favorite Saturday Morning Cartoon! The original pic plus the anime version of Presto in this post is pretty darn cool! The more about D&D the animated series the better!

    If only film makers took notes when doing the D&D movie and based it on the animated series then we would have had at least a cult hi rather than the mess they released which is somewhat embarassing.

    Thanks for this post gang! Great stuff at the Retroist as usual!

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