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Spider

Author Comments

I saw a spider like this on my garage door when I was a kid. When my mom killed it, the thing popped like a water filled balloon. The stain it left on the door never faded completely away.

Now where I live in Japan is home to the most poisonous spider on the planet - Friggin Banana Spider. One tried to kill me last year. They are kind of nervous big, not little bastards.

*Once again I'm honored to be Frontpaged. Trump gets sworn in this day and I get this. Something must be aligned. I don't know what it is or what it smells like but it's a special time.*

p.s. If you would like a 3D print of this, I'm offering it through Shapeways https://www.shapeways.com/shops/mematron

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I've had an experience with bug stains that never exactly deteriorate too; there's one of a cockroach to the left of me right now. Very nice work.



I have a feeling that this art should be part of Pixel Day 2017. I really like voxel art and this art is no exception. :D


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I thought that it wouldn't fit because it's 3D and not 2D.


Hey that's like a voxel equivalent of pixel art.
It's very nice.



This is absolutely amazing. It looks like something you would get after following the instructions in a Lego kit, but somehow this looks way better than something like that. I also love the story behind this in the Author Comments. I had a similar experience when I was little.

5/5 Would Stare At For Ten Minutes Straight Again


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mematron
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Views
1,438
Score
4.25 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 20, 2017 | 7:41 PM EST
Category
3D Art
File Info
3840 x 2485 px
JPG
1.9 mb
Tags
spider
8-bit
arachnid
mematron

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