The Drowner came out decently enough and matched the reference photo above reasonably well. The game art depicted the Drowner under a bridge and in heavy shadow so it wasn't very useful to help determine colors.
I again took a few step-by-step photos and included them below. Working with oil paints makes it easy to achieve decent-looking results with plenty of potential to add more and more detail. This wonderfully incremental process allows the painter to stop at any stage after and including the wipedown stage and end up with results that would likely have taken much longer in acrylics.
|Preglaze wiped away
|Dryburshed mid-tones and highlights