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i havent uploaded anything in a very long time, so i figured this being one of my best works i should upload it here too :). believe it or not the original model was a nude girl from a tattoo magazine, 7 hours of digital work later this is what we got. enjoy.

and her arms are supposed to be ridiculously long and skinny, gives her more of a "creature" feel.

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idc if she is frightening she is sexy

GOSTEONER responds:

lol agreed

Wow this would be really great in a video game of some sorts. I mean could you imagine a pack of these stalking you at night?!? Also, gotta soft spot for black and white. Cheers!

id have to say amazing, no movies or games can pull of anything new nowdays all ways the same ideas, it nice to see something you actually think is creepy

GOSTEONER responds:

thats the best comment ive ever received on any of my characters, thank u!

This reminds me of Silent Hill. Sexy, yet frightening.

GOSTEONER responds:

lol thank u

Really really sick. I especially like the hands and the fangs. Her posture and spines make her like very wicked. Thanks for your submission.

GOSTEONER responds:

:D thank u

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Feb 18, 2012
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