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Fostorius - face-on view by LeccathuFurvicael

Fostorius - face-on view


26 May 2014 at 13:36:21 MDT

A decent photo of the whole animal. This thing doesn't have a mouth per se - seems to be a series of plates instead, though there may be a mouth hiding within them. I'd rather not try to find out! XP The back flanges got a teeny bit mushed as he fell from his cardboard box perch the night before I baked him, and the repairs were minimal.

A fun, side-project of mine between work sessions and when I've needed a break from the computer. This creature really has no particular 'type' - it is just a random critter that I had a lot of fun creating. The torso and limbs are heavily influenced by canine and large felid anatomy, and it shows. I just love how Super Sculpey aids a glimpse of realism with its semi-translucency and color! I hope to make more in the future, for sure, and will be sold to whoever is interested.

This sculpture has already been sold.

Size: ~6 inches long, ~3 inches high
Medium: Super Sculpey clay,wire armature, expoxy to hold the joints together, plastic beads for eyes
Time: ~10 hours or more

Art by Stephanie Dziezyk 2014. Do not redistribute, copy, alter, etc., any portion of this image without personal permission from me, the artist.

Submission Information

Visual / Modeling / Sculpture


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    You've got some great anatomy going on there, I love how every muscle seems to show through.

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      Thank you! It was surely the most fun part of creating this model <3.

      Also, your icon is quite fascinating : D I can only imagine what sort of parasitic infection led to that worm! Poor toad mustn't be able to see much out of that eye, maybe outside of a rave of wiggly wormy bits. XD Cheers!

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        Haha that reply made my evening! I'm sure they're having a massive rave all inside the toad's now empty skull, this particular little wormy fellow just decided to take a peek out through the window.

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          Oooh - so the toad is dead in this case? Interesting! I'll have to see if I can't find more about this phenomenon.

          Woo, worm rave party!!