The front right arm looks like it’s coming out of the neck @____@
I’m not really sure how I feel about this one yet, but I’m already seeing a lot of problems with it. Oh well.
Watercolors and some colored pencil action for darkest shading and detail spots.
Dino, Wayne White
Jessica Harrison Ethel, 2013, mixed media, 22cm x 13cm x 14cm
Paul Delaroche La Jeune Martyre (1855)
This is probably the third time I redesigned these characters (latest one being the top one). Thought I’d give this another go and try to completely 3D model them this time. It’ll be in the style of a low poly model converted down to a 2.5D sprite.
Great work by one of my #concordia colleagues. #mhsoc
"The Whorl Tooth Sharks of Idaho" opened on June 22 and runs through the end of the year.
'The exhibit features a wide array of fossils of the 270-million-year-old shark called Helicoprion, along with original artworks by Alaskan artist Ray Troll, life-sized sculptures of the shark bursting through the museum walls by sculptor Gary Staab, original music, a short documentary and much more. There are children’s activities too, so it promises to be fun for the whole family. The exhibit is a unique combination of science, art, music and humor.’