Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login

Similar Deviations
a stormtrooper that stands out of a crowd
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

You've just blown up the Rebel power generator, wiped out all of their ground forces, destroyed Echo Base, and swatted those irritating little speeders from the sky, so what do you do now...

...That's right, break out the skis :D.
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Details on the blog!
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Formerly they fly for the techno union, now the two hardcell freighters have a new owner.
WYSIWYG
These little spaceships ( © de Agostini ) stands on a black wooden Stick, remove with photoshop. The background is a poster (© NASA).
The miniature size is very small, 9 cm lengh*4 cm
width. Both spaceships are kitbash and repaint by me.
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

"...Hello?..."

Having fun in photoshop :)
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Darth Vader drillt die stationierten Tie Fighter Staffeln rund um die Uhr. WYSIWYG "What You See Is What You Get“ Five modells prepaint by me (aged and battle damaged and...Warning notes ), Death Star MK.2 prepainted by me. One single shot with my camera, and  photoshopped....
Deathstar and Tie Advanced X1
© deAgostini
Tie Fighter©X-Wing
The background was designed by myself.
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

This cute mantis mimic a branch once it realize i was stalking it with my camera :) Taken at night in Singapore forest.

Quote from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantis
Mantises have two grasping, spiked forelegs ("raptorial legs") in which prey items are caught and held securely. In most insect legs, including the posterior four legs of a mantis, the coxa and trochanter combine as an inconspicuous base of the leg; in the raptorial legs however, the coxa and trochanter combine to form a segment about as long as the femur, which is a spiky part of the grasping apparatus (see illustration). Located at the base of the femur are a set of discoidal spines, usually four in number, but ranging from zero to as many as five depending on the species. These spines are preceded by a number of tooth-like tubercles, which, along with a similar series of tubercles along the tibia and the apical claw near its tip, give the foreleg of the mantis its grasp on its prey. The foreleg ends in a delicate tarsus made of between four and five segments and ending in a two-toed claw with no arolium and used as a walking appendage.[8]

The mantis thorax consists of a prothorax, a mesothorax, and a metathorax. In all species apart from the genus Mantoida, the prothorax, which bears the head and forelegs, is much longer than the other two thoracic segments. The prothorax is also flexibly articulated, allowing for a wide range of movement of the head and forelimbs while the remainder of the body remains more or less immobile. The articulation of the neck is also remarkably flexible; some species of mantis can rotate the head nearly 180 degrees.

Mantises may have a visual range of up to 20 metres. Their compound eyes may comprise up to 10,000 ommatidia. The eyes are widely spaced and laterally situated, affording a wide binocular field of vision and, at close range, precise stereoscopic vision. The dark spot on each eye is a pseudopupil. As their hunting relies heavily on vision, mantises are primarily diurnal. Many species, however, fly at night, and then may be attracted to artificial lights. Nocturnal flight is especially important to males in search of less-mobile females that they locate by detecting their pheromones. Flying at night exposes mantises to fewer bird predators than diurnal flight would. Many mantises also have an auditory thoracic organ that helps them to avoid bats by detecting their echolocation and responding evasively.[8]
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Flowers
Tools : Nikon D90- Adobe photoshop CS5
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

early morning after raining night
like me on facebook: [link] :)
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.