A Reaper Bones Marsh Troll, he comes in at just over 50mm tall. He's clearly got a bit of crocodile in his DNA, and the colour scheme reflects this, based around various shades from olive up to pale grey-green, finished with green and purple washes.
I've gone for a much lighter shade on the front of the body, almost a fish-belly white.
The stegosaur-like plates along his back were inked in black over a purple basecoat, and then drybrushed in a lighter shade of mauve, which was, coincidentally, the original title of Procol Harum's 1967 hit single.
He is glued to a 60mm Warbases MDF round base, the groundwork built up with Vallejo White Pumice paste. After painting and varnishing, there was a judicious application of some Skullz (this example rates a 3 on the Barks Scale). I mixed a batch of Noch Artificial Water with a couple of drops of Vallejo German Camouflage Dark Green, and poured it into the recesses to suggest stagnant pools in a swamp. Tajima1 Wild Tufts give us the finishing touches (as usual - these things are so damned easy to use!).
Got to get back to the rest of the pile - more later!