And that’s the last of them. Tomorrow I’ll have the set image that goes into the permanent gallery.
Primitive as they are, the troglodytes do still have magic users, of course!
Not a whole lot to say about this one. Troglodytes are especially primitive, seldom even using the recovered weapons of their enemies, so their access to ranged gear is limited.
Maybe it’s a little strange for a lizard-person to carry its young this way - presumably troglodytes lay eggs, and most egg-laying creatures are at least mobile almost as soon as they hatch, but oh well.
I don’t think I realized how many different varieties of “lizard-person” monsters there are in Dungeons & Dragons. This is basically the 4th version of such things I’ve done.
I actually finished this whole set a couple months ago, but things got kind of off-kilter for me this summer. So rather than posting them as I do the stages, I’ll just put up each token’s stages in a single entry.
Was still feeling under the weather yesterday, but I did manage to finish this one off sufficiently. I’m still a day behind, though - have to come up with art for both “weak” and “angular.”
This is more Critical Role fan art, for those unfamiliar - from a moment of levity between adventures featuring Vex and Grog.
This idea's been bouncing around the back of my head for a while. I probably should've gotten it done a little further in advance of Valentine's Day than this, but at least it isn't after the holiday.
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I could probably get that last Inktober drawing done tonight if I stayed up late, but I've been doing that too often of late, so I'm going to call it a night and finish it tomorrow. It's going reasonably well, though!
In the meantime, I'll post this, which is where they'll live in my portfolio on a more permanent basis.
As is probably obvious to most, inspired by a D&D gold dragon. I've always thought the notion of how their wings function to be nifty, even if I wasn't as much of a fan of the rest of their design.
As promised, here's the complete set. Overall, I think these turned out really well!