More images of bones that were 3D printed from a CT scanned cheetah (photos of that process here).
Anthropologist and conservationist JP Brown modeled and rendered this skeletal for an upcoming exhibition about biomechanics, opening in March. This will be incorporated with an exterior model, the end result revealing a partial skeleton. Museums utilizing new technology in this way means we can share our research outside of our walls without having to worry about obtaining permits for protected species remains, or risk damaging permanent collections items.
And, you know, it’s a printed cheetah.
Oh dear lord I want one!
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In progress commission (very belated/old/dusty) for the lovely Sepiaa <3
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Bearded vulture. They live on bone shards and are naturally black and white, but cover themselves in the reddest dirt they can find.
ok that’s pretty badass
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Trying to flesh out a Nura’gua Taschevah character, a friend of D’Lendia. He is very tall. Currently working out his name, the consensus so far is Mübü, but I’m feeling partial to Mkembé ;)
“The concept is simple. Take a blank sheet with nothing but the basic outline of a pinup girl and illustrate a unique scene around her.”
I’ll probably always reblog this cuz it’s just mind-blowing, holy cow
The creativity in this post will never not impress me.
I kinda want to watch a vampire Christmas film called Silent Bite now.
(Warning: Kinda goopy. Enlarge at your own risk!)
Aaaand linework done.
Previously in the Ahkahna-swallowing-Person saga, Ahkahna stopped to give the stomach-trapped Person an inside bath. And here we see the catdragon coming back up and out! Well, he wasn’t gonna wind up digested in there, now, would he?
The product of a silly sketch that got the digital treatment when my livingroom light went out, leaving me with no good way to sketch. Woot!
I can’t ever get enough crazy fun interactions of Person with Ahk!
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