I shamelessly stole this cleric from Eugene Jarwoski
, after a K&KA member pointed out his web gallery because of the awesome kobold drawing
EJ's got a lot of great D&D group action scenes, which I cowardly avoided for a solitary (static) figure sketch. I've still got a thing or three to learn about armor and clothes. Also, I was going to restrict myself to ink for "Inktober", but pencil sure is a lot quicker---although I don't like how muddy it got. I probably overworked it.
The resemblance to his character is not great due to a lack of diligence on my part. I tend not to look back at the source material too much after I get going, This fella above looks a little like a low-life bandit who waylaid Jaworski's aristocratic Skalaldi of Bahamut
, stole his armor and weapons, and then left him tied to a tree (naked) for wolves to eat.
It might be fun to draw that whole sequence out someday, but here's a quick cartoon "prequel" to the image above: