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my last photograph from mars.

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taken from audio recorder recovered from camp site.

"..i've been marooned on Mars for days now. the days grow darker and darker. and each day when it visits, it comes closer and closer to my tent. when i first encountered it i could barely make out it's face. the eyes on the other hand can be seen from miles away. its stare does something to me. to my body and mind. it's like it's taking my life away. bit by bit. i can barely move now. i can feel it closer than ever... i can hear it... it's calling to me. i know it's dangerous, but i will try to capture this creature with my camera. i can feel it's eyes piercing thru the tent. piercing thru my thoughts. dear god, it must be a couple of feet away. the fear has begun to make me insane, so i must end this. i must end this now.

(seconds of silence go by)

(RUSTLING AND WIND NOISE)
I AM OUTSIDE NOW...
WHAT DO YOU WANT!...
OH GOD!...
IT'S HORRIBLE!...
STOP!!...
WHAT D.. "

end of recording

http://dribbble.com/shots /795803-Martian

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This is amazing. Character design and atmosphere are great. I think it would look much cooler with a less vibrant background, just so that the character looks more like the focus of the picture, but that's just my humble opinion. I'd love to see one with colder colors.

datamouth responds:

hey man tahnx a lot. to see a clearer pic of the guy go to my dribble page here
http://dribbble.com/shots/795803-Martian
it's ona white background so it's easier to see.
and thanx again man!

This is great man, creepy and cute at the same time.

datamouth responds:

thanx dude! glad you liked it!

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