Cool! That creature is so strange, but I loved it, always wanted to see one in a movie, animated and in motion or so - but this is wonderful, too I like the structure of the neck and the tension in the shoulders
I don't really consider myself a species-focused artist haha. If you look through my gallery you can see I have loaaads of different stuff. And a lot of what I do never even makes it to being photographed, a lot of human studies. I know what you mean though, you see someone whose gallery is 99% horses and 1% a wolf that looks like a horse.
wicked! I was always fond of the displacer beast design - and done like this - with feline anatomy and not some of the overly gaunt weird design that was depicted more later. Nice work! Lovely statuette!
Ohh! I see, I guess that's why I thought that. Well, D7D and M&M and FF were all sort of similar games that came out around the same time, so I guess they just lent themselves to the popularity at the time. ^__^ Still it does look very nice. Indigo-Ocean is a gifted sculptor.
Yeah, me too, actually. I am a graphic artist professionally, but my true goal is to be a published novelist.... that's what I've been working at for years. Work gets in the way, so I have to cut back, too to do my own projects. It's hard to juggle that.
Yeah, one of the projects I want to make is a bunch of poseable maquettes I'll use to make key frames and storyboards for an animation project I want to make. I started a story when I was 12, originally was going to try and publish novels of the whole thing, but always thought it would be better as an animated series, and although it'll be a few years still before I make it to even the teaser stage, I feel like it's a more viable medium for the story.
We'll see if I redecide later because I still need to finish updating the old manuscripts to be more solid storytelling as well as adapting to a script.