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Ral Partha Legacy Troglodyte Sorcerer, sculpted by Tom Meier


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1 hour ago, Grand Slam said:

Great job...the robe, in particular, is absolutely amazing. Excellent job transitioning between the darker and lighter skins, too.

Thanks Grand Slam, still trying to figure out how I actually do this. I'm working with some minis right now where most of the skin is grey, but the stomach and understide is more white. We'll have to see if my technique keeps working!

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49 minutes ago, KruleBear said:

Very nice. I like the way you utilized the lighter under belly color to make the orange pop.

Thanks KruleBear!  Trying to make them look a little more natural instead of just a single color. I was watching Anne work on Chaarandor on the Reaper Twitch channel, and she was doing some great stuff mixing different colors and making it look really natural, greens and blues. 

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What a dynamic sculpt with excellent scale patterning! Love how you've painted the sussurous sorcerous saurus. 

I think the profile pic trog looks great too fwiw, but sometimes the time for change comes around. 

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19 hours ago, Rigel said:

What a dynamic sculpt with excellent scale patterning! Love how you've painted the sussurous sorcerous saurus. 

I think the profile pic trog looks great too fwiw, but sometimes the time for change comes around. 

Just need to figure out what to update it to! I remember it was extremely hard to update years ago. Maybe this time it will be easier. 

17 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great job!

 

Thanks Glitterwolf!

12 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Great job on the old lizard!

I particularly like the different skin (scale?) tones.

Thanks Chaoswolf!  Hopefully more than one skin color makes it a little more natural.  

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72Moonglum,

 

I love the piece.  You said you thought you Avartar and this piece were from  Ral Partha/Citadel.  I may have to track them down.  As always your paint job on these classics are impressive.

 

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Hey, these Troglodytes aren't ugly, they're cool looking !!

 

They are currently available from ral partha legacy dot com

In accordance with board rules no direct links to other web stores, but remove the spaces and replace the word dot with a period in the bolded part.

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On 4/29/2022 at 9:06 PM, KruleBear said:

Very nice. I like the way you utilized the lighter under belly color to make the orange pop.

Thank you KruleBear!  

On 5/2/2022 at 12:12 PM, chaosscorpion said:

72Moonglum,

 

I love the piece.  You said you thought you Avartar and this piece were from  Ral Partha/Citadel.  I may have to track them down.  As always your paint job on these classics are impressive.

 

Thank you Chaossorpion!  Yup, you can get those from the Ral Partah Legacy web site.

On 5/2/2022 at 2:26 PM, Brother Jim said:

Hey, these Troglodytes aren't ugly, they're cool looking !!

 

They are currently available from ral partha legacy dot com

In accordance with board rules no direct links to other web stores, but remove the spaces and replace the word dot with a period in the bolded part.

Exactly, a great source of some very classic miniatures!

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