still working on the coloring.. i took liberties with the bright colors, may end up toning them down.

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Comment by scott dobert on May 4, 2012 at 5:36pm

HES LOOKING AWESOME!! i dont think you shld tone him down too much i had an iguana for many a year and he was quite colorful at times!!

Comment by Nelson Lasaosa on May 5, 2012 at 9:06am


there`s plenty iguanas here in area around the house which got  trees where they feed. It`s neat to see them even eating mangoes on the ground . Guess they have a sweet tooth too, but my four pits feel otherwise, and regard them as unsightly species, I guess. Anyway, what about changing a bit that blue for differents tones of greens? Just an idea. Nonetheless, their color varies with species from dark greys, greens to even mustard and redish brown, so since this art even pink is allowed, lol.

Comment by Henry Johnson on May 5, 2012 at 5:21pm
thank you Scott and Nelson thanks for the critique, i did take a bit of the blue out for green...much better. He still looks like he was crossed with a peacock of something like that. oh well, I like color.
Comment by scott dobert on May 6, 2012 at 8:42am



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