I really wish I had the courage to stomp on peoples throats, and the body strength.
Man- SUCK MY DICK!
Woman- SHUT THE FUCK UP!! I WEAR STEEL TOE BOOTS MOTHER FUCKER!!!
[ A dark skinned woman crouches in the middle of an autumnal forest, her eyes cast upwards towards the viewer in a confident manner. Her long brown hair is styles in a rope-like braid that coils across the back of her neck and hangs almost to the ground. She wears boots, pants and a strapless bodice all made from fur-lined brown animal hide and held together with lots of straps and buckles. An exotic sword is held behind her in her right hand. Her left hand is extended downwards into what looks like water that has a huge pseudo-Celtic design covering its surface in magical looking silver; the energy from that is flowing up her arms, making the swirling tattoos that cover her exposed skin glow in a similar manner. ]
Black 5th Doctor. Right here.
This man must be a wizard. No mortal has this much game.
[ Description: A photoset showing three variations of the same woman. In a croaching position with her back to the viewer, she has short dark messy hair, a fierce expression, and wears black leather pants and sleeveless top that exposes her midrift. A scabbarded sword is slung across her back and a long knife is in her right hand, and a guantlet containing a number of esoteric looking tools covers her right forearm.
In the first picture she is pale skinned, with a beetle-like tribal style tattoo on her right arm. In the second image her skin is now a warm mid-brown, the original tattoo replaced by one of a red dragon; there is a star shape knot of scar tissue on the small of her back and another scar down her right cheek. In the third, her skin tone is a darker cooler shade, and her eyes are entirely black. ]
The picture on the right is the character portrait I photoshopped up for my current pen & paper RPG game — a “drop in” walk-the-earth style game run with Fantasy Craft utilising whatever short-form adventures we can find to take turns running.
The picture on the left is E.M Gist’s picture of D&D 3rd Edition Forgotten Realms NPC Forja Chase, a suitably fierce looking character that fit the vibe I was looking for.
The image in the middle is a late stage in the alteration process, which included fixing a wonky arm. It was after this point I decided to toss some Beowulf (and Aliens comics) into a background that was already Rome meets Shrek.