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I am reminded of tooth-prominent sculpts Propnomicon practiced with a few moons back.The shading on these is not just a wash or drybrush, it is really a mottled coloration.Another splendid aspect is the weight of it all in the skin - it has insides and a real mass.It also reminds me of some other techniques Prop has discussed that involve the use of small latex sacks or protective coverings. Well done - thanks for the post!
Paralyzed by sheer horror, I made a pterodactyl noise that greatly disturbed my cat.Good work.
Now those are creepy.
@ afflictionI can't help myself. I find toothy worms incredibly disturbing. Heh.@ NaamahFor some reason that made me laugh out loud.@ SeanI think one of the reason's they're so effective are the extended teeth/retracted teeth poses.
I has a lot of similarity to the Carnicits or meat weasel from Peter Jackson´s "King Kong". There is a really fantastic book entitled "The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island", which features not only all the bizarre creatures seen in the movie, but actually a whole ecosystem which was invented for Skull Island, inclduding even a lot of insects and nasty parasites. But, after all, nature is often even more bizarre than everything you could invent:http://www.flickr.com/photos/pokerchampdaniel/3136421527/
It reminds to me several invertebrate species. Very great work, marvellous !
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