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Yeah, blue for some reason isn't the first color I would associate with a dragon lich, but it really works!  I love how the color definitely pops in places, but it also has that sense of dinginess and decay (especially what looks like a "warm grey" effect going on around the lighter belly scales).  Wonderfully creepy!   :)

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To me he almost has a slightly more supernatural/ethereal look to him. I've been stuck thinking of playing up his rotted "zombiness" whereas you've made him look more ghostly, liche-like.

 

I really like it because he looks less like a victim of necromancy, and more like he's gloating triumphantly at having cheated Death!

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Look out, Sir Forescale!  An Undead dragon!

 

Love this - in particular I love the varying shades of blue and the way the eyes pop out and look like they're burning with malevolent energy.  Nice job!

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