It's funny how projects happen. When creating imagery for my new Songbird ReMix set, Potoos, I wanted to add a lizard to my image. To my surprise, despite having a base set plus three volumes of lizards, not one was from South America. While there were many cool looking ones in those sets, I'm the type of artist who demands correct species in the proper regions. So, there was only one thing to do, create "Lizards of the World v4: Central and South American Lizards".
This set includes five lizard species for the Nature's Wonders Lizards base set from Central and South America. It includes one of the most popular "pet" lizard, the Carolina Anole, as well as one of the largest "pet" lizards, the Giant Tegu. The Giant Tegu (as known as the Argentine or Black and White Tegu) reaches 3 feet at maturity and can grow up to 5 feet in length. Also included is the vibrant Mexican Alligator Lizard, the Yellow-headed Gecko and the Rainbow Whiptail.
The Nature's Wonders product line houses my non-Songbird ReMix Flora and Fauna 3D models. These products range from natural environments to specific plant species as well as insects, amphibians, lizards, snakes and eventually mammals.
I'm constantly bouncing between Songbird ReMix and Nature Wonders projects but here's part of my product wishlist: