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    • By Evilhalfling
      I decided to go outside the box on dragon colors. 
      @Sirithiliel was a great inspiration,  but I don't want to steal her colors directly.  hopefully this one will look as good. 
       
      So here are the colors 
       
       
       
      lots of false starts  found a wing I liked but not a dragon scheme. 

       
       
      How about a google search on lizards? 
      Bother.  nature beat me too it.   well maybe ill modify it a little .... it does look a little sillier than I want. 
       

       
       
      Final Drawing: 

       
      Ill go lighter blue on the main body and dark & striped  on the tail
      So that's Red liner on the red area, and blue liner on the main body and tail. 
      that will give the face a less monotone coloring. 
      I want to really try and leave the liner visible between the scales. 
      Planning on getting the colors right first then adding thin black glaze to provide shading.   I guess white in half steps for  highlighting. 
      most color changes will be when the scale changes.  I'll paint the wings first, as proof of concept. 
       
      Kind of a fun way to spend the day.  the power went off while I was doing crayon drawings.  I didn't notice.  
       
    • By theleast
      I'm painting again after a looong absence.
       


      The colour scheme was inspired by Australian Frilled-neck Lizards and Thorny Devils. Base was extended with an MDF circle, cork, stones, and green stuff. I used my airbrush to prime it all and lay down the base colours, then lots of hand-painting, washing and drybrushing.
       
       
       
       
       
    • By Crowley
      In the Storm King's Thunder campaign I'm playing in we've had 2 encounters with an ancient blue dragon named Iymrith. I don't have a painted blue dragon... And my very pregnant DM isn't going to get one bought and painted before we need her, so...
       
      Digging through my minis, I figured Narthrax was as close as I've got. It was going to be blue anyway (or dessert sands brown) so that was my top choice. I also thought about the wizkids dragons, but the FLGS only had the green, and I wasn't all that impressed with the sculpt. I'd rather drop $30 on another Narthrax if I'm gonna paint a brown one in the future.
       
      Tonight I pulled her out, scrubbed her down, and started working on her base.
      She could probably for on a smaller base, but with her wingspan, and the fact that she's an ancient dragon, I figure she deserves it.
       

      and the cork will give her some extra height. 
       
      It helps her look even bigger as compared to Blightfang!

       
      More to come!
    • By hrafna
      So i painted up my narthrax using purple to green chameleon on the wings, clear pirple for the body with a metallic purple drybrush, shining mitheril for the eyes and teeth and a milkyway auto pigment mixed into acrylic medium for the horns and tongue. Unfortunately the chameleon paint effect doesn't show up in pics, but looks amazing in person.



    • By wdmartin
      After two months of work, he is done!  I give you ... Narthrax the White.
       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       
      If that's not enough for you, there are a hundred and forty eight more pictures in the WIP thread, documenting his development in excruciating detail.
       
      On a side note, as I made the final adjustments and took the photos, I finished watching the climactic episode of Critical Role.  And it was awesome.
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