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Breaker Breaker by chief-orc Breaker Breaker by chief-orc
Sorry about all the D&D drawings lately, but, I haven't played in years, and its been nice to get back into the swing of a semi-regular game. Also, I freaking love drawing Breaker.

I needed a nice, clean character portrait of Breaker, so, here it is.
Those horns are actually attached to his head, but he trys to hide it by wearing a specially made helmet.

These D&D guys are a lot of fun to draw, so, expect more of them in the future.

(I've noticed in the comments of the past D&D characters I've drawn, that many of you have never played. To clarify, its basically like any fantasy game you've ever played, with every fantasy archetype and cliche, just with a different interface. Instead of a videogame, its a bunch of ugly dudes sitting around, describing whats happening, and determining the outcome of their actions with dice.)
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galacticpink Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
AND UGLY DUDETTES! Some of us are women, yo!

I love the image. I mean, I like the stylized realism most people do with their D&D art, but something cel-shaded and more cartoony is a really nice change of pace! I love how the character worked his horns into his outfit, nice touch!
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2010
Thanks! I like to do my fantasy art a bit more sleek and cartoony, the realistic fantasy characters are almost always covered in so many belts and pouches, I wonder how they can even move.
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galacticpink Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The same way metal bras provide any form of protection, maybe?

Oh man, I didn't even realize it was you when I was commenting! Your style is pretty awesome!
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ogrebear Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2010
He's so cool!

I want to team him up with my Half ogre Cleric of Kord and go kick some ass!
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Eroko Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2009
Oh wow... I haven't played D&D in so long...this picture brinks back such good memories of D&D for me. :D
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Petarvee Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009  Student Artist
A character like that could always use the "throw the cleric" method to counter those divine spells with the "touch" range. For my friend's party its a tried and true method of getting the cleric where he needs to be, especially since a gnome isn't THAT fast, even without medium or heavy armor.
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009
Hmmm, thats a good idea. So far, we've been in a tight cluster in combat, and I kind of like having the cleric nearby my guy, but, I suppose in a pinch, I could always fling him to an ally.
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Petarvee Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2009  Student Artist
It doesn't have to be an ally, gnomes are aerodynamically designed, so they can be an improvised weapon or you can throw him up to high places, avoiding a climb check.
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goodcitizen Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Still jealous of your getting into a campaign. I need to bugg my friends to start one.

But YAY Breaker, and D&D art. Your fantasy character designs are so tasty and fun to look at. :)
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009
mmmm, tasty, sweaty orc.
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BrazillianCara Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
I've never played a RPG campaign, but I plan to change this someday. Nice work!
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SilverRaven101 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Looks a little like a midget orc.
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justjingles Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
He's cool looking! You can tank in my party anytime. (He a fighter or barbarian? Cross-class maybe? Or something else?)

I'm diggin' those rocky, abstract arms -- looks totally cool. I also like how you handled his legs, very dynamic despite the fact he's technically just standing.

"Instead of a videogame, its a bunch of ugly dudes sitting around, describing whats happening, and determining the outcome of their actions with dice."

I beg to differ! xD I'm a woman, and a smoking hot one at that! Well, maybe not smoking hot, but at least simmering slightly. (LOLWUTego?) When I go into my local Game Parlor for the Wednesday D&D it's really flattering because everyone stares like I'm some sort of supermodel or something. "... Is she in the right store?" Ego boost for the week (as well as my gaming fix), go!
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Awww, I'm sure he'd love to tank for you. He is a barbarian, I'm just going full bbn with him, no fancy cross classing or prestiege classes for Breaker!

There are chick gamers, but they are rare, but I mainly encounter them when my felow ugly dude friends try to get their ugly girlfriends to play, I don't count those as gamers. Though, one of the best DMs we had was a woman, who'd been playing for decades. She was ruthless.
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justjingles Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Heheh! A lot of the uggeh girlfriends show up for a game or two and then wander off because they aren't cool enough to realize the awesomeness that is the game. Half the joy in the game for me is drawing during it. XD

That's so sick, I love female DMs. I've never gotten one yet, though D:
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Cathto Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nothing but blood spattered, orcy goodness. I know what you mean about drawing D&D stuff. I'm drawing a bunch of myconids at the moment. It never stops.
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Bluu02 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Neva played D&D. nice orc tho. also, how does he get tht helmet off?
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009
lots and lots of butter.
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Bluu02 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
lawl. :D
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hangemhigh13 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Don't you dare ever stop.
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Mchalftroll Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Sounds like you still play 3.5 Chief.

My group plays 4th and my friend is starting up a campaign and I will be playing a Bullywug Ranger named Rano the Poison Dart.
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Yeah, none of us are very big fans of 4E. So, why buy all new manuals of a game we don't like, when we can just keep playing a good game, and we have all the stuff.
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Mchalftroll Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
Good point, I do miss alot from 3.5 but both systems are good in my book.


For each their own.
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RadioZail Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009  Student Writer
I dig it. So, why are the horns actually attached to his head? Also, do you ever have him threaten to impale gnomes on them?
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chief-orc Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2009
In this specific campaign we're playing, we all had to roll for some minor, random trait. Breaker got "Wyrmblooded," which means that he is distantly related to a black dragon or something. This gives him some small bonuses to a few skills, and he had to have some physical appearance that reflected it. We decided the horns on his helmet were part of him.

And no, the party cleric is a gnome, so, Breaker has to be nice to them. Breaker takes tons of damage in battles and needs that cleric's handy little heal spells.
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