I illustrated a couple of design ideas I had for Tzimisce flesh shaper from Vampire: The Masquerade. Ancient Egyptian Tzimisces might conflict with the WoD timeline, but I still think it's a cool idea, heh. Character descriptions from left to right:
A Hungarian noblewoman interrogator. She terrify and disorient her victims with the gaze from her disproportionate eyes. The eyes represent her ability to see through all lies and secrets.
Jamaican pirate. He wears dreadlocks made from the intestines of his eviscerated enemies. He reconstructed himself to be a more intimidating fighter, including some skeletal features in homage to the Jolly Roger.
Sabbat Pharaoh in Upper Egypt. Fashioned a Hedjet (crown) out of a rib cage, and grown bone out of his chin to represent Osiris' beard. He replaced most of his fat and muscles with bone to ensure most of his visual features stay intact when he is put to rest in torpor (as an alternative to mummification).