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Beholder Attack

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Stop-motion puppet built by me for a fantasy film project. My co-producer buddy John Hankins is cowering on the floor.
I used this photo from Rockstocks to create the background in Photoshop:
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Image details
Image size
1772x1241px 1.7 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/160 second
Aperture
F/8.0
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Jan 1, 2000, 12:02:53 AM
Sensor Size
11mm
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EmmetEarwax's avatar
The TSR monster manual describes this THING !
Each eye has a different power.
Even worse is the zombie Beholder, the Beholder tree, and other madnesses.
EmmetEarwax's avatar
Each eye has a different power. It is also intelligent.
Mindslave24-7's avatar
"All right! All right! ...I'll apologize for the Visine joke!"
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Brian-OConnell's avatar
The Beholder looks great. It does justice to the original.

By the way, the way your films/photos look - with their extensively Photoshopped backgrounds - is much more homely and interesting than any in Hollywood (although I do love the sets in Bram Stoker's Dracula). Take Gravity, for example - it looks really realistic, but it isn't interesting. I prefer something more stylized, and that's what you have! The Photoshopped look is great!

BRIAN
Loneanimator's avatar
Thanks! Well, I try to work with photos in a matte painting-like way. There are no new movies that inspire me -the last of those were probably the Lord of the Rings movies. So I am stuck in the past and try to emulate the films that fill my heart with wonder.
Brian-OConnell's avatar
You capture the spirit of old-timey fun! Great job. Keep on doing well!
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