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Finishing up the fourth and last of the main characters from the Rollplay livestream series by Itmejp! ( ejp) It's Tudagub, the half-ogre cleric!

Tudagub is itmejp's character. This guy is such great comic relief for the group, if the pink boots weren't a dead giveaway. He's got the silly combo of brute force by his race and intelligence-requirements from his profession, so all sorts of scenarios pop up where this holy character can dive into savage melee. Whenever he heals people, he tends to do it through awkward touches. He also has a huge love of wine, so he apparently reserves a daily spell slot some days just to transform water into wine. The orb is from a turning point in their early game, where itmejp just got curious and tested the strength of an orb they'd found for a quest... by dropping it. It broke, and, their dungeon master's plans being thoroughly derailed, they've been on their crazy journey ever since. Tudagub's gear hasn't changed considerably, although he's lost and regained his armor in adventuring, the pink boots/chain mail and maul have been his gear of choice. The only update I'd consider adding later is that, thanks to a book that shot out fire when he opened it, he no longer has his mohawk, beard, or any facial hair.

I wanted to give myself a few days' break before doing this one, since I knew it'd be one of the harder ones. The other characters all shared average humanoid characteristics, but I had to look up information on how I wanted Tudagub's half-ogre heritage drawn. Google images has stuff with looks ranging from really freakish and barbaric to characters that basically just look like really buff humans. Based on Tudagub's actions in the series, the mostly humanoid look fit the best. These characters have taken a lot out of me, so by this point I'm content to not go too crazy perfecting coloring/shading. As for the background, I left it out due to lack of energy and I didn't want to draw a complicated magician's shop.