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  1. AKA Conan? Mark Kay's Brom the Barbarian. Often cited, I've seen as a He-Man conversion candidate and a Conan-type. I grabbed him because I saw him and immediately thought "half-orc." I plan(ned) to use him as an NPC in a Pathfinder adventure I was developing: Jeg Kar. Half-orc warrior who serves as bodyguard and confidante to Gerrinnes Lefelen (AKA Satheras). So, honestly, he's a bit too barbariany for the Jeg Kar character, but I loved him all the same. This was my first half-orc. I really wanted to get away from the greens I've been using for orcs (and goblins, as I've been interchanging). I wanted human-y but sickly-like. So I whipped up some flesh tone from scratch, my first go at that, and kept greening it until it got a little sickly. Went with a blue wash to shade him and back over again with the flesh tone. Also tried here to add a little highlighting to black hair; not sure how I feel about it. But it's there. Also some basing. Just flock. Some clumps, bushy-like. I'm actually pretty proud, or at least extremely happy, how he turned out. Thanks for looking. Comments, suggestions, etc.etc. welcome.
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