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An Orc Gaoler

It's time for some more artwork from the brilliant Bethan Vann. This time we have a not so friendly Orc gaoler...

“It was an orc—well, if her information from Grollp was correct—a big green toothy face, a heavy-set lower jaw, and small, red, sunken eyes. But for an orc, this gaoler seemed to be rather decrepit. It stood with a hunched posture, much like what Grollp had described to her, but this one seemed to own it as a deformity, more akin to the stance of Shakespeare’s Richard III than to the power stance of a gorilla. It was covered in a ragged black cloak that obscured its whole body, under which she caught glimpses of a patchwork uniform made of leather and chains that hung off its misshapen and shrunken frame. A scar across its right eye, blotches on its face, and big, stompy, hole-riddled boots completed the picture. Bethany stared at the creature with fascination. The orc stared back in utter disinterest.” page 72-73

If you would like to check out more of Bethan's work you can find her via the following links:

Instagram - @somethingbybeth

Facebook - @bvillustration

Twitter - @BethinTransit

If you want to venture further into the magical galaxy of Edimor have a click of the link below!

With that it's bye for now. I'll be back soon.


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