Hello, this is Croco. After a long time from the hobby, I have a job and money now. All my paints and brushes have died, but my miniatures stayed strong during their brumation and are ready to be stripped and painted anew. So here I go with a new paint scheme, better methods, and hopefully less paint pots knocked over. General Info: I mostly like painting warhammer lizardmen models, but I already have some dungeons and dragons as well as generic fantasy models bought and waiting for some priming. I primarily own citadel paints as they are what I'm used to, but I'm open to suggestions and my local comic shop has vallejo and a small selection of P3 paint. I have a homemade wet palette that works well and the usual assortment of tools in an xacto knife, files (that I need to use more often), and newly acquired brush cleaner. Thank you for any advice or criticism, because I want to keep improving. As I'm sure to share, there is much improvement to be made from my old models. Is the proper etiquette attaching images directly, or using image sharing links via imgur or any particular site? And does size matter? I only have one properly painted band member to show now, and he isn't even the current paint scheme idea, but maybe some others will play with him before too long. I'm looking at going for a sandy kind of beige with the underside of my saurus at least, and would like some tips on washes and drybrushing to such a color. I've given fleshshade and earthshade tries, but they seem to overpower the color a bit.