This is probably a little too smiley and chill for Dekker in his campaign atm given his recent emotional turmoils in his search to find some leadership qualities in himself. Promise to find someone who'd gone missing? A couple of days later they’re executed as a display of power. Attempt to lead a company of men? Get 90 out of 100 killed. Noooot gooood >.> Dekker’s usually a happy chap, but not right now because he’s finally cultivating a conscience and learning what guilt is.
Let’s just say it’s a good thing he’s got a couple more levels before he takes the leadership feat (I'm working on justifying something that would initially have been so out of character for him), so hopefully he’ll have worked out how to go from a solitary thief to a figure who can command some respect and people. The paladin is the collected leader of the group, but has the mentality that he’ll save himself and let the people beneath him fall so long as he can carry on - necessary sacrifice and all that. Meanwhile Dekker is starting to make friends with those beneath him, and is willing to go out of his way to help them out on more of a level because he wants them to still retain some freedom. Essentially as things are, the paladin sees their people as pawns, Dekker sees them more as friends in it all together. I think having two types of leadership within the group would make for more interesting dynamics C:
As for this pic, just playing with styles and colouring with m’lad, drawing inspiration from browsing in an attempt to actually want to draw something. It’s been a while since I started in greyscale then put colour over the top, so felt like giving it a go again C: And I revisited the slightly open-lipped smirked that I used to say he has because I missed it. Little things ;D
Have I mentioned how much I hate drawing hair? Because I hate drawing hair D:<
Dekker Foxwit is my halfling rogue-assassin C:
I love his freckles and hair and eyes and ALJLSKJFAFDLKJSFLKJSDF SDFLKSDF.