Do you like your orcs with pig faces or with more human faces, /tg/?
Why do orcs tend to have more unique features for each set of media, while elves tend to always be "human with slightly pointy ears", maybe a slightly skinnier/more slender average face shape if we're lucky.
And this is why I hate Porks.
Fuck Japan, should have nuked them harder.
a human face, but squashed in like a pug
And with tusks
Nah, orc MILFs should be more strongfat than curvy, muscular but with a thick amount of fat,
>Which ones are supposed to be different?
For example human MILFs should be soft and voluptuous and elf MILFs should be lean but still have full hips and chests for their body type
Because elves are often portrayed as beautiful and there is an ideal face and body that the creator has in mind for that so the elves resemble that. Orcs often represent the "bad" traits of humans and are portrayed as ugly, and there are many different ways to do ugly.
>equating a piece of something that shrivels up and falls off to a nerve-filled piece of the penis
You're cut, that's great for you, but let's not pretend there's any reason for it other than your religion (which an infant obviously gets no say in) or "it will look better", which, again, ought to be up to the person getting a piece of their dick cut off.
As for OP, I prefer to keep my animal races and my humanoid races separate. Pig people =/= orcs.
>all uncut dicks are from Europe
>therefore every other man is Jewish
This is how stupid you sound.
oh goddammit it's a sexy female version of Gul'dan.
While I don't at all disapprove, this is a blue board and I don't imagine your image will stay up long as a result.
I can understand the want for muscular barbarian orcs for certain settings, pig or otherwise. To me orcs just aren't meant for that role. Tolkien Orcs = Best Orcs
it's an act, not pornography.
Feral, tribal, but relatable.
This, even Jackson orcs, which took a bunch of liberties with the source material.
If you want generic raiding warriors, just make up your own beast races or something, instead of cribbing off Tolkien.
Why did they have to go with CGI orcs in the Hobbit?
Why did The Hobbit trilogy have to suck so much?
The ones in your picture actually appear more canine-looking, than any else.
I like the idea of a combination of bestial and human-like features. If I had to create my own setting that has orcs and did illustrations, there wouldn't quite be enough snout to call them pig-like, but not quite too little to say their face looks very humanoid
Don't worry, they have CGI dwarves to balance it out
It's kinda funny to think of, but there are a ton of rodents that people basically call swine. (porcupines and guinea pigs come to mind.
Maybe your p'orcs have rat ass.
I regret nothing.
>and root for truffles
I don't know why this is so fucking funny but my sides are in orbit
I prefer my orcs to be big, fierce, and brutal.
>pic related, his name is Jeremiah the 2nd. The last orc I made.
Hello anon, thank you for the tribute.
For this, I shall give you a PROMOTION.
Human-like, because I doubt the intelligence of a narrative with completely unhuman beasts of war.
I mean that's still cool but I think it's more interesting to have orcs do something more than waaagh across kingdoms.
As close to swine as is possible. I also prefer kobolds as dog-men, so that they can be pugs or chihuahuas or foxes as needed.
I like including and playing boar men but I don;'t like to call them orcs for whatever reason.
And if they're associated with a wider-species it's a generic "Beastmen" category.
Ya know, why hasnt someone drawn something that's a cross between the pig orcs but with the facial arrangement of humans. Pig nose but turned down like a humans. No actual snout. Its all just lazy slapping a pig head or snout onto a big human body. Or making it some weird tiny nosed creature (For all I like WoW, fuck their orc design) or a fucking gorilla (3.x orcs are so stupid looking).
I'm disappointed, /tg/. It's like you don't even DEUS fucking VULT!
Pig orks are fine
To me, the movies' Moria Orcs will forever be the gold standart.
That being said, Pig Orcs have their place, especially in more cartoony settings.
I prefer human faced orcs, but I like the idea that there was an era of orcish armor where the helms were pig faced
I like both at the same time. Like an entire race of mutts, with big stronghuge grays, scrawny bow-legged yellows, fat pig-faced greens, and wiry, hunched browns.