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02404: Lizardman Tyrant By Glitterwolf

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Very nicely done!

 

Thank you!

 

Very nice! I'm not a big fan of the sculpt but you did a really good job on it. I really like the skin. I also thought that the background was kind of distracting.

 

Thx!  I will take this into account.

 

Next time I will take pics with neutral background, and a few "fun" pics with a scenic background.

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Having watched the Lizard Lad evolve in the W.I.P. section makes the finished piece even better...if that is possible. Your brushwork & especially your choice of colors are OUTSTANDING. He looks WONDERFUL on the LOVELY base you chose & lavished attentions on. VERY WELL DONE!

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I like this a lot. Loved the Tyrant's colour scheme but I found the colour of the cloak (and particularly the white edge) a bit disconcerting.

 

On the other hand, your painting of the stone axe head is fantastic!

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I like this a lot. Loved the Tyrant's colour scheme but I found the colour of the cloak (and particularly the white edge) a bit disconcerting.

 

On the other hand, your painting of the stone axe head is fantastic!

 

Thx!

 

The White Edge is actually more pink in real life, it is supposed to be the inside of the cloak, so a fleshy pink colour..but it is a bit white in the pics indeed.

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I like this a lot. Loved the Tyrant's colour scheme but I found the colour of the cloak (and particularly the white edge) a bit disconcerting.

 

On the other hand, your painting of the stone axe head is fantastic!

 

Thx!

 

The White Edge is actually more pink in real life, it is supposed to be the inside of the cloak, so a fleshy pink colour..but it is a bit white in the pics indeed.

 

 

Ah, right. I wondered about that. So many skills involved in painting minis!

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I like this a lot. Loved the Tyrant's colour scheme but I found the colour of the cloak (and particularly the white edge) a bit disconcerting.

 

On the other hand, your painting of the stone axe head is fantastic!

 

Thx!

 

The White Edge is actually more pink in real life, it is supposed to be the inside of the cloak, so a fleshy pink colour..but it is a bit white in the pics indeed.

 

 

Ah, right. I wondered about that. So many skills involved in painting minis!

 

 

I'm 52yrs old, have been painting since my youth and still I learn new things, to be honest, I've been on this forum since 2013 ( lurked before that) and I have learned way more here in a few years then I did in the decades before.

 

Really, these people are very helpful and willing to share techniques and sources.

 

That cloak is supposed to be a skin from an enemy. hence the fleshy inside.

 

I try to paint each reptile as an individual, in the end they will form an army ( only for fun, I don't play, display only) I want them to be a colourful horde.

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