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Ral Partha Julie Guthrie Lizardmen

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Wonderful Lizards!

 

Cool colour recipe, I love them all, but the white one is my favorite!

Thanks Glitterwolf!   I just wanted to give a bit of variety and options to see what kind of different looking lizards are out there.   I some day want to do the same thing with some old school Ral Partha D&D Bob Olley Goblins, making the Goblin world of Benetton!

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12 hours ago, Iridil said:

Excellent painting of these old minis - I really like the dry look of their skin.

Thank you Iridil!  I do picture them more as desert lizards rather than swamp lizards.

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4 hours ago, Kangaroorex said:

Great job  love the colors and the fade to the belly scales.  Very well done!

Thanks Kangaroorex!  I wanted to work on the two-toned scheme, a lighter underside with a colored topside, and these four were excellent practice.  Later I want to work on larger lizards to do the same (Dragons perhaps?).

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Really love the first two albinos especially. These are also a great style of lizardfolk sculpt--reminds me of some sort of animated series back in the day.

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19 hours ago, Rigel said:

Really love the first two albinos especially. These are also a great style of lizardfolk sculpt--reminds me of some sort of animated series back in the day.

Thanks much Rigel!  Kind of funny, I've heard more than one comment about albinos, but I really didn't intend for them to be albinos.  As far as back in the day, I confirmed with another unpainted set of these that I have and they were were marked 1982 on the bottom of the bases, so I'd say they are "back in the day" material!.

12 hours ago, Warlady said:

Great work - always a pleasure to see!

Hello Warlady, thanks, glad you enjoy them!

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