That is so amazing O but does the monster clay harden after it's has been melted and sculpted, because I like not to worry about my sculpture melting if I leave it somewhere or if it drops it doesn't go all flat? And do you know is it possible to purchase this from europe??
now this is one of the best orcs i have ever seen. if i may ask, could i use this as reference for a drawing? i am trying to come up with a really good design for orc males in a story i'm writing (orc women in the book are like human women in appearance, but with sharp teeth). i definitely love the shortened snout, huge mouth, and the eyes. this is a creature to be afraid of.
It looks like he pretty much warped the face of a vampire bat and applied it to humanoid features and skin tones. If you ever need inspiration, look up some interesting animals and just warp their features, change skin or fur texture, and you'd be surprised at how believable your monsters can be! It's very common practice, so I say try it out.
thanks. it kind of does look like that, but also it looks like its part fennec fox with a mix of Moria goblin and rat. the crests also remind of patagonian horned frogs. i must admit, it is of great inspiration. i have never been more inspired to draw humanoid monsters.