Please check these out for reference, both for detail level, sculpting quality/flaws and perhaps most importantly check the blogshop for price (resin isn't cheap). Lord-Marcus asked if wall relief plates for Saurians could be sculpted as well. Though I haven't dabbled in drawing Mesoamerican designs before, it should sure be doable with a Dinosaur twist with enough reference material gathered. Some important stuff to touch upon first: Which dimensions do you want for wall reliefs? Any preferred measurements? Same as the Evil Dwarf ones above? Taller perhaps? Do you want vines, moss and jungle flora decorating the stonework? Just as with the portrait frameworks on this very well-designed homepage. Can you please point to real life and fictional Mesoamerican style stonework and artwork references which you would particularly like to see with a Saurian twist? Could be Mayan calendars or whatever. I'd probably only do two plates for starters, so better make the most out of them. If the two first prove popular and there are ideas for very different relief designs, more wall relief plates could be coming in the future pipeline. Please note that the relief plates will have holes drilled through them by the caster for moulding reasons, aiming at undetailed spots. This will require filling by the hobbyist. Please also note that I as an amateur will not be able to achieve perfectly exact straight lines despite sculpting with a ruler; check the Evil Dwarf relief plates. I won't promise anything as of now, but if sufficient interest exists I'll be happy to attempt Saurian wall relief plates a bit later on. I've promised to finish some other projects in the works, but might sneak in said wall reliefs in the loose queue because they're essentially 2D sculpts and much quicker to sculpt than actual 3D-miniatures. Also, should other work distract and make me forget about Saurian wall reliefs, be welcome to send reminders after summer to ofancienttimes ( at ) gmail.com.