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Sep 14, 2009 | 6:20 PM EDT

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I wanted to upload something to show some progress. I plan for this to be reworked and reworked into a decent portfolio piece.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Useful and well done

This is very easy to apply to art, research, and even upcoming Halloween displays! My only real complaint is that you are lacking the portion where she is just bones (at least in my opinion) and potentially information on the type of creatures that usually aid in the decomposition the average individual (micro-organisms, insects, parasites, etc.). Even just a few of which might give people a better idea of the whole image.

If you intend to keep this up, try considering an educational piece on the various kinds of wounds, their appearances, and how they relate to the body's chemistry more. This could easily be used in basic forensics research and utilized in games to come. Example: Cauterization, Bullet wounds are usually rather varying and interesting depending on the bullet, range, and gun used as well.

P.S. All this talk about Butyric Fermentation is making me wonder if there aren't decomposing bodies in the restrooms at work... (Still in denial living things could make that stagnant of a smell.) Oh, and there is an extra g in your title (or something of the sort.).


Rated 4 / 5 stars


..Interesting! Although this isn't so much as a game as an educational slideshow.
Today I learnt that during Butyric Fermentation, the body smells like cheese. Charming!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Different than the rest of the pile

I liked this, but the biggest reason I liked it is because it's one of the few flashes of its kind here on Newgrounds. It's the only one I've seen that's even close to educational (while still staying morbid, the way we all love it).


Rated 4 / 5 stars


seems like something that would go into a med students research or the like.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Inspiring, really

I thought the whole colaberation of the works, and the relative insightful proccess was something to be admired. A beautiful piece of art for sure. A very rare 5/5 10/10 for youu, fine artist.