Helering performing some kind of sacred ritual.
This image was mostly inspired by the illustration of Jan Pospisil that he did for the Sartar Companion -> www.deviantart.com/art/Glorant…
so I decided to do my own take on it.
For those not familiar with Gloranthan mythology - Heler is the Orlanthi god of rain, and the conduit for their connection to the Water rune. He is one of Orlanth's most trusted and staunchest allies, who left the Water Tribe to join Orlanth's then new Storm Tribe. Called The Blue Ram, sheep are sacred to Heler and so his cultists often wear wool and ram skulls during their rites.
An interesting note is that Helerings are considered a third gender in Orlanthi society (which is not very concerned about actual genders relating to gender roles to begin with), neither men nor women, but something completely new. This is related to their ability to change their appearances, gender and personality at will, an ability related to the Water and Motion runes which are associated with Heler.