OK. I PM'd this to you, but let's get it up here so I can get in line:
Name: Grok Cypher
Race: Human(ish) see below.
Height/weight (approximate numbers are good): A bit above average on both.
Age (adolescent/adult/elderly will do): Adult
Hair style/color: Short, black
Eye color: Brown
I've got an interesting challenge for you. I'm running a D&D 3.5 male human Paladin of Heironeous who wields a longsword, but is fighting the corruption and desecration of his own flesh as well as that of the world.
Mechanically, he's taking a whole bunch of feats from the Lords of Madness sourcebook, reflecting the ever-thickening aberrational blood inherited from his father (obviously, he believes himself to be a child of rape, although there hasn't been an actual story arc to confirm that).
The feats are (in order)
1. Aberrational blood (gives him double-joints on all limbs)
2. Inhuman reach (gives an extra elbow on each arm, lengthens arms to drag knuckles on ground, extends reach to 10')
3. Starspawn (grants fully-functional membraneous wings, described as similar to a housefly)
4. Deepspawn (two 5' long tentacles grow from his groin area. It doesn't specifically describe the tentacles, but they are able to attack for 1d4 of damage, so they're presumably barbed, or whip-like or acid-oozing, or whatever you think is appropriate. In my mind, they're whip-like, but that might be more difficult to draw than either of the other two options)
5. Inhuman vision. Here's the exact text:
You possess the inhuman eyes of some strange creature. They might look segmented or larger or without pupils. You might even have eyestalks.
I visualize them as being segmented, (fits with the housefly-wings) but I'm open to interpretation on this one. He hasn't reached the level where he'll take this feat yet, so I don't need to make a decision at this time. I'll take your vision into account when making the call.
Here's the challenge: his failing physical flesh is a fundamental aspect of the character--just part of the cross he has to bear. Can you create an image which continues to show the fundamental nobility, dignity, and integrity of the man while still incorporating the failure of his flesh to maintain itself against the encroachment of the alien blood?