neutral-colors

Trying to settle with a design for the dinosaur orcs Merics.

They come in a variety of complexions, from muted yellow to grey, an absolute rainbow of dull neutral colors (very plain compared to their relatives). Sexual dimorphism is relatively low, men tending to be taller (an average of 7′8″ or so)  and usually have more muscle mass, though its still hard to tell the difference for non-Merics. Both males and females have horns and the dark “bandit mask” markings around the eyes. Newly hatched Merics have prominent stripes going down their backs, but fade away as they get older.