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    • By nihilville
      After painting a bunch of orcs I was pretty sick of green skin tones, so these Lizardmen Archers are blue.
       
      Also, why they got to be Lizard "men" Reaper? I'm not an expert in sexual dimorphism amongst lizards, but maybe one of these two lizardfolk is actually a female...
       
      All joking aside, I only painted 2 out of this 4 lizardfolk set, and was planning on painting the other two in about a year or so to track any improvements in my skill level.


    • By Evilhalfling
      The first two are in the stlye of Claude Monet 
      the second two in the style of the post impressionist Georges Seurat.
      the green one I painted with a needle, the orange with a size 0 brush. 






    • By Maledrakh
      From the Bones 1 core set, a basic lizardman with typically primitive stone spear and turtle shell shield. This mini has good quality details, especially seeing as this is an early softish bones model.

       
       
      77050 Lizardman Warrior
      Reaper Miniatures, Bones 1 KS 2012
      Sculpted by Ben Siens
      Bonesium PVC.
      30mm round lipped base
      available from reapermini.com
       
       
    • By Evilhalfling
      Johannes Vermeer 1632-1675
       
      My Final pair of Baroque Lizardmen. 
      I painted both of these in black and white then glazed on the blue, brown and ochre.  
      The bases have many colors in homage to his walls.  
       
      It needs more explanation, but I'm out of time 
      WIP
       
       




    • By Auberon
      This lizardman was once a test subject for a number of different paints.  With no real way of knowing what was what I just visually picked out some paints and inks that looked like proper shadows and highlights and finished it off.
       


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