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Skinks (Total War - Warhammer 2)


Description

"All around there were noise and activity from the gangs of smaller lizard-creatures scurrying about on various tasks. Massive blocks of carved stone were being dragged up a vast ramp on one side of a tall stepped building. Huge creatures were bearing the strain of the ropes, while the smaller ones directed the work. In other places, groups of small lizardmen were engaged in heated debates accompanied by rows of seated scribes writing on clay plaques." —Voyage of Yin-Tuan to Lustria, circa 1690 IC.

Look how happy they are to finally be in SFM!

Includes
\models\JawSFM\Total War Warhammer 2\Lizardmen\skink_regular.mdl
\models\JawSFM\Total War Warhammer 2\Lizardmen\skink_priest.mdl
\models\JawSFM\Total War Warhammer 2\Lizardmen\skink_chief.mdl

Features

  • rig_biped_simple compatible
  • 3 models, lots of bodygroups, body paint, frogs
  • eyeposing via bones, added tongue and tail bones
  • bonus .psd files to customize your war paint. Make sure not to fuck up the alpha layer.

Skins:
0 - Regular (Black/White)
1 - Regular Last Defenders Campaign Style (Black/Orange)
2 - Regular No Paint (Gray)
3 - Blessed Spawn (Purple)
4 - Blessed Spawn No Paint (Gray)

Credits:

  • Sega/Games Workshop/Creative Assembly
  • Skinks inna woods poster by FallenNoob
  • Port: JawSFM



Comments

HOLA SKEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENKS

RedMoa posted 2 weeks, 4 days ago

models are great looking, tnx alot. and what about uploading some females :3?

antipeople posted 2 weeks, 4 days ago

JawSFM

I know the past few weks have been very bulky-male-lizard heavy, but please bear with me just a little while longer. Great things with tiddies are on the horizon, I just have to finish this first.

JawSFM posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Great things with tiddies huh That must mean mazdamundi is next

maestromayn posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago

JawSFM

...yes. Yes that is spot-on.

JawSFM posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago


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