I’ve done a bit more work to the creature’s back by blending purples and pinks on the spore chimney funnels. I decided to dry brush these purples/pinks on instead of using the airbrush because there is quite a lot of detail on the side of the funnels and the dry brushing picks out the details really well.
This is getting better and better each day! I really like those shattered Rhino parts, they illustrate how big this model is!
I have to second Dims – this is stunning. I really like the base and that whole beast is looking rather terrifying as it is.
Apart from that: really impressive how you managed to circumvent a big black rod in the middle to keep it on its feet/claws.
Very much looking forward to seeing how this turns out in the end!
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