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Nocturnal Tripedal Coccyxevisc


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ApocalypseCartoons responds:

I'm good.

This is certainly interesting. :P
Your choice of body part selection for the alien bears a resemblance of the creatures from the game Spore (the eyeless mouths and suction cup feet).
By any chance did you use an in game screenshot for a reference photo?
Regardless this art piece has some pretty good shading and an eerie lighting to it.

I'm not exactly where the light source is emerging from, but one suggestion I might offer is to have the light that is extending across the grassy field to fade out a little bit closer if the light is coming from something electronic. If the light source is coming from something bigger, then I think the lighting is fitting.

Good work!

ApocalypseCartoons responds:

Thank you very much. The lighting was intentional. It was sort of a late decision, but it occurred to me that it would look creepy if the light was coming from flashlights or car headlights or something like that. As if the viewer is just going across a field, when they unexpectedly discover this. As for any resemblance, I'm afraid I don't play video games, so I don't know Spore. My reference points are all in my skull.

Seriously. Wtf? xD

ApocalypseCartoons responds:

I don't know either. I just let my fingers get on with it.

Wow, that's definitely different, I like it!

ApocalypseCartoons responds:

Thank you. I try to do a lot of different.

Credits & Info

3.40 / 5.00

Jun 19, 2014
2:18 PM EDT
File Info
3301 x 2544 px
1.8 MB

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