I'm really excited to share these creature concepts that I had a lot of fun putting together. Here is some of the info for the Title / Concept:
Word Origin and History for ophidian
"pertaining to snakes," 1883, from Greek ophidion, diminutive of ophis "serpent" (see ophio- ). Hence, ophiolatry "serpent-worship" (1862), and the 2c. sect of the Ophitæ, who revered the serpent as the symbol of divine wisdom.
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My name is Matthew G. Lewis and I’ve been following this blog for a long time. I think I was just out of Savannah College of Art and Design when I found it and there were only a handful of contributors. CS has always been a staple for new inspiration and I’m really excited that I’ve been accepted as a contributor amongst so. many. awesome. artists. I’ve looked up to several of you over the years and continue to feel challenged and inspired by your work.
For the first post, I thought I’d share something nasty and red! It was part of my entry in to my friend Paul Richards’ Substrata project. While this color version wasn’t completed in time for publishing, the drawing was (this link will take you to more about the process including the drawing steps and a process video).
Thanks for checking out my work and I look forward to being part of the conversation.
This This sculpture of Cthulhu was done for my very first Kickstarter campaign. Open the lid on the top of Cthulhu's head and drop the dice in. The dice bounce off of two angled surfaces and out the mouth of Cthulhu. These are resin kits. Visit my Kickstarter page for more details: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1068858922/cthulhu-dice-tower-by-fred-fields
Davi, thanks for letting me promote my project!
I haven't had anything on Creaturespot for a few years. This is the mugshot of my sculpted Cthulhu head posted above. It was done with graphite pencil, white charcoal and walnut ink on toned paper.