a comission for
its the mighty "sheeple " an sheep-warrior... and he is angry.
tried to give an fish eye effect to the background.
edit- retouched the rear leg and gave more light on that torch.
here is the story Shaaka wrote for the sheeple :
"Made by the awesome Vaghauk [link] I commissioned him to create this character for me. You have to see the rest of his work, its good stuff. (Ask him to do commissions, itll be well worth your money). = D
I call this fellow a Sheeple, a half-man half-sheep (Its a parody of all the half-races in fantasy, as in Half-elves, half-orcs, half-dragons ect.. Since humans are apparently not shallow and are quick to fork any thing that moves.. lets just say I heard on the news more than a few times some poor sad sap going to jail for having a little too much fun with some farm animal). His name is Guin, a Rage Mage.
At birth, his mother the sheep could hardy fulfill the needs of the half-human creature, Guin was soon picked up by an orphanage. Not long after, a traveling Evoker found Guin's rare situation rather interesting, so much so, that he purchased the orphan. Viewing this man with great respect, Guin learned much of the arcane world that this man knew. Under strict lessons, Guin's passion enabled him to concoct a unique synergy between his innate feral tendencies and the mystical powers this 'fatherly' figure provided for him.
Many years later, Guin's heritage proved to be far more distinguished than he desired. Many sight seekers and zoologists have came to bother Guin for his time. But these were not the worst group of them all, a group far more aggressive came far too often. These people did not have a collective name but their hypocrisy was unified. These were the druids, a group that fought for animal freedoms but called and summoned the same creatures of the Earth for their own purposes. They saw the Wizard as a villain performing magical experiments on the hapless Guin. Guin viewed his foster father with nothing but respect and often chased away the Druids who got too daring. At the age of 16, Guin rode off to fetch some general goods at the local city for his fatherly hermit. To his infinite rage and despair, Guin came home to a ruined life. His books that he carefully and painstakingly written destroyed, the places where he slept, where he played, where he chored for most of his life - Nothing but ash and rubble. Most importantly was his foster father, who was inhumanly slain. Uncontrollable tears fell from his eyes, he began to scream over his losses. Those same Druids soon returned, they informed the grieving Guin how they 'liberated' him from his master. Flying into a bestial psychotic frenzy Guin soon 'liberated' the heads and limbs of those unfortunate Druids who could not run fast enough.
With no place to go, Guin returned to the city he has visited several times before. The city life proving too much for the outcast, Guin fell into gambling debts he could not afford. Desperation taking hold of his good senses, Guin was caught doing an armed robbery of the towns banker.
Guin was sentenced for a long time in a dungeon cell below the castle keep. Being underestimated, Guin used the combination of his might with the destructive knowledge he learned from his father to break free of the shackles and escaped during the night. Running, running and running, Guin had no where to go, had no one to help him. A far and powerful entity felt his desperation. It called to him, made him drunk on the possibility of riches and the glory he can have. He immediately took that offer and followed its calling until he stood in front of two thick oaken doors.
Guin soon found himself in the worlds largest dungeon with no way out except further down into the mortal gauntlet. Will he survive? Can his combined powers of Might and Magic and those that he calls his companions carry on where others have died? Unknown to Guin, his very soul has been anted. He is 'all in' on a table knee deep in Hell."
Guin, Sheeple: Barbarian 1 / Duskblade 6 / RageMage +