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    love it! really original!
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    Very cute concept!
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    I hate doctors but sometimes you have no choice ..
    The buds are the difference, may be madness.
    Or maybe this is just a cancer and tumors to eliminate ..
    The poor on the table facing the wall.... and behind him: his anesthetist!

    thanks

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    you may hate me, but I really enjoyed your sculptures. That is exactly how I do my amputations and more importantly how I interact with my anesthesiologist. Great work...

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    Thank you precarious, yes the relationship between surgeon and anesthetist can be funny.
    There is the triangular relationship that interest me a lot with eyes that follow a circle: patient-surgeon-anesthetist-patient

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    Very nice and cinematographic ( )
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    Yep, alchemy and camera angle...
    Thanks

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    Default No Feather!

    A little Wip;
    What an idea to glue feathers to dinosaurs, what do you think ? Is the theme of my last personal work, only missing the final composition .. and my motivation!

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    And if the t-rex was more like a turkey than anything else eh? yuck

    It reminds me of my old projects:
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    The fossil was inspired by a photograph taken at Museum of Natural History in Paris:
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    I do not have information on wether all the at least theropod dinosaurs were featuring feathers or quill knobs on their bones. Still keeping to the theory that the feathers disappeared with increase in body mass. But this might be no updated scientific statement any longer.

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    Your idea to glue this is excellent. And some great modeling and texturing here.
    This Carcaryas, is the greek name for shark actually. Any relation?

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    Your work is so fun! Are you rendering out of zbrush?
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    fj8e5la: feather or no feather that is the question

    Michalis: Thanks! ''Carcaryas'' is linked with the scientific name of the great white shark: ''Carcharodon carcharias'' my favorite animal !
    Aiman: Thanks! rendering is done in zbrush, and composed in photoshop

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    Hey! cool wood characters, i love them!
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