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Lizardman speedpaint by Balance-Sheet Lizardman speedpaint by Balance-Sheet
Lizardman guard concept speedpaint, about 20-30 minutes. Will hopefully paint it completely someday, if I can think of anything good to put in the background.
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Asparuh13 Featured By Owner May 24, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool!
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ageshero Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011
Okay. woah... ideas. What if... There are these lizard men you have made here, and like way way way later (spoiler) in your comic story, the robots discover that they themselves were created by the ancestors of the lizard men, but there culture fell and they stepped down from the pedestal of technology.

Fricken awesome, lol thats what i get out of this picture. thanks. i think i'll unreasonably link it to Speed paint "Ecto plasm" for the reason that i also imagine the lizard men had long ago made the robots, but they were working on creating living, breathing beings. They played God, Damn them! the worst part is, the lizard men, we'll call them The Lith, cause it sounds bad ass right? lol anyways, The race of lizard men known as the Lith succeeded in creating 2 beings, before the collapse of their civilization occured..

Why were the lizard men destroyed, Why were the robot's mind's erased, how were the lith destroyed... Who are the beings, and what are they capable of...

Lol.. okay... im like going way out there, but you see how epic this story could be...
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Balance-Sheet Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, you certiantly seem to be having fun with it. XD I don't really ever come up with stories for most of these pieces, which kind of sucks. Not that I couldn't, I just care more about the technical side of things.
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ageshero Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011
Certainly, i kinda go a little over board sometimes, but thats how i got like 40 base stories and storylines and plots and such. something amazing just sparks it. lol

I'm sure you had something else in mind though, right? i guess ill just document my brainstorming and save it for something one day.
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Balance-Sheet Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I had nothing else in mind. :P I don't think about most of the stuff I draw, especially from this time period.
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ageshero Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011
Ah, well, most of the time for me, i draw something, and instantly i tell myself. Woah.. this could be an amazing story, and i have a brain storm fest, which happens more effeciently with other creative artists around.

But after a little while this story develops, something i feel unnaturally certain that it could be great and that people would love it... The problem is today with people and stories, is that they dont go back to what essentially fascinates people i guess, i have no right to say "That guy that's working on that movie? THAT SHOULD BE ME" because im obviously not that skilled, but the thing is, i guess we dont try enough to be progressive in our thoughts and ideas. we have to change and move and create. But often we recycle the same crap over and over..

We are literally making the same movies over again, lol. no that it is entirely bad.

I always wanted to be a director. but i can already see its way more work than i could ever deal with unless i learned how it all worked.

I miss alot of older styles in movies, models and puppets that should be used more often in combination with cgi. expensive or not, there's a certain charm with it i guess... im sure its just my delusional mind telling me these things.

People just dont seem to make the movies that stick with you forever anymore.

indiana jones and that classic kind of stuff.

._. i have the distinct feeling im just talking out my butt and im making no sense, or logic....

ANyways... Your art is inspirational and magical. And i thank you, because i get stories just out of looking at it.
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WadeFurlong Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Fun, dig it. If you end up polishing this wicked bean off, work on that arm anatomy, could really rock:)
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Scha11enkrieger Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
for the background, how about the lizardman standing on a cliff, looking at the valley?
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AniGami Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2010  Student Digital Artist
awesome style
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