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Grif the Shifter by SirTiefling Grif the Shifter by SirTiefling
Not a self-portrait.

Grif Gutterworm, an orphaned shifter from Sharn, is an artificer. But you guessed that, right?

Even if Grif seems to suffer from suicidal recklessness, lack of concentration skill, monstrous ugliness, and excess of sheer mental debility, he has a wondrous talent to artifice effective magic items from crude and scavenged parts.

Grif's companions often hope that someone - preferably a monster - would come and scavenge Grif away.

Tools: Mouse, Paint Shop Pro 7.
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:iconzitarion:
This dude is awesome!  I have a character I made recently who is a crazy assassin, he has basically been infected with werewolf/wererat/and at one point vampirism, he has managed to cure all of them, but they have still left their mark.  This guy would be the perfect character portrait for him:)
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:iconsirtiefling:
Some assassins live a healthy life. Others don't.

:)
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:icontheubbergeek2:
"One ugly motherf...." - "Dutch", Predator
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:iconsirtiefling:
Grif's face is beautiful when compared to his manners and smell.
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gaucelm Jul 18, 2010  Student General Artist
He feels like a very likeable character just by looking at him!
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:iconsirtiefling:
Truly a charming fellow.
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:iconkaitou-kage:
Nice wild look! He looks crazy, ready to bite someone. I also like the fur texture you applied to his skin. Great attention to detail.
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:iconsirtiefling:
Thank you. :)

Grif might look like a rabid dog, but don't worry - when you get to know him, he is a mellow-hearted puppy.
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Mikaboshi May 10, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Terribly amazing. Love the natural feel of the hair. Including the ones on his shoulders and neck lol.'

Is he a longtooth or a razorclaw?
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