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Merz 3X (Fotolia Contest, why not?)
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red fire in the late summer days...
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the first crocuses aspiring to the light
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Three and a quarter hours to apply latex prosthetic snout and jaw [link] then paint latex paint onto my head and neck. The jaw makes him look better then his jawless state [link] before , but it doesn't move..... The paintwork is a bit rough as I don't have much experience painting my face looking at a mirror [link] doing behind my head .... holding a 2nd mirror was even more difficult....


These prosthetics (a later casting) with a slightly different paint job and badger ears, later became my 'Badger Hood 1' [link]
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Marcus Fenix

Gears of War Contest Official Entry

Photoshop CS5 Brushes & Textures

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Water Colossus

Eyeless creature, it sees through its skin feeling its surroundings, very resistant and tough armor/skin protects it in freezing cold abysmal ambients, having no eyes or head makes it extremely dificult to kill, it keeps on attacking with whatever limbs or pieces of its body are left.
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I did it:shrug:
I managed do contest entry in time.


I've done also gore version of this. It is full version but... I'm afraid it is too... gore.
The overal idea stays the same, though if you want to see full here's link: [link]
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A Wild Red Dragon Appeared at the Texas Renaissance Festival!

Much merri-amaze-ment was seen by his peering eyes.

Dawning a new mask barrier, the feather boa has been replaced with sheep skin, this reinforced the now fragile edges of the mask that take most the wear-related abuse.

The staff was upgraded with a hoof ontop of a dog skull. Added some zebra skin leg decor with tab-mail to jingle.

TO SEE MORE RED DRAGON PHOTOS AND ART check out his gallery: [link]
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